Since J.K Conservation Projects was founded by Jack Kaczynski in 2015, a diverse range of projects have been completed. With a BSc Degree in Environmental Conservation and passion for the natural world, Jack offers a friendly, reliable Garden Design and Pond Creation service. Jack specialises in wildlife gardens, bespoke ponds, pond restoration, sensory gardens, nature trails and rockeries. He is particularly good at working out your personal needs quickly and works at a fast pace, without compromising on quality. Jack is also available for consultations and group talks, where you can gain ecological advice on managing your pond, as well as all types of gardens and green spaces. Working in Nottingham and all the surrounding areas of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Loughborough, South Yorkshire and the East midlands, based in Wollaton.
" Our school grounds were looking forlorn after a succession of grounds maintenance contracts did little to improve the outdoor environment for our pupils. We have been working with J.K Conservation Projects for 12 months and the difference is quite amazing; our pond renovation was nothing short of miraculous. We now have a rich outdoor learning resource for our children and it has been inspirational to work with someone who has a love and understanding of plants and wildlife habitats." - Sam Bradley, Business Manager at Westdale Junior School
"The RHS-commissioned polls of 2005 and 2015 reveal that three times as many front gardens are now paved over compared to ten years ago... and that plant cover in front gardens has decreased by as much as 15%. Over five million front gardens now have no plants growing in them (that’s one in three for the UK) and four and a half million front gardens (one in four) are completely paved over." - rhs.org.uk
That's why J.K Conservation Projects is dedicated to turning even the smallest spaces into inviting places for people and wildlife.
Throughout designing, creating and planting, Jack prefers to promote greener options and consciously has nature at the heart of his work.
Why are gardens and green spaces so important?
Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.