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Join the Arches network of Nature !

In order to fight against the disappearance of animals, One Voice organizes the creation of a vast network of sanctuary gardens, the "Arches of Nature", which will allow the reconquest of our environment by a rich and varied biodiversity.

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The catastrophic disappearance of insects, our biodiversity in danger

This is no longer a warning shot: insects could well disappear within a century! Already 80% of them have succumbed, immediately causing the rarefaction of birds (-30%!) And in the short term the trivialization of our flora.

It would then be more than an immense catastrophe: it would be a cataclysm that would call into question all-natural balances. A major ecological crisis.

In recent years, there is no need to be scientist or naturalist to realize that bees or fireflies are becoming increasingly rare. That we can now in summer travel hundreds of kilometres by car without having to wash our windshield. The catastrophe announced by Rachel Carson in her book Silent Spring (1962) has unfortunately arrived. Never have we seen or heard as few birds as during the spring and summer. And for good reason: how warblers, robins or flycatchers can survive without the presence of insects?

Let's all become actors in the protection of animals and nature

We cannot just alert and ask the public authorities for action: we know only too well what it is all about. The recent retreat of Emmanuel Macron on the subject of glyphosates is here to remind us. Also, the recurrent positions of the Minister of Agriculture (pro-GMO, pro-glyphosate, pro-FNSEA ...). We must act! You can act!

Bees die disoriented after being poisoned by pesticides, there are no longer enough earthworms underground, slugs are poisoned in the vegetable gardens along with caterpillars, so no butterflies. Birds have no place to land, they are hungry, trapped, hunted. Frogs disappear from wetlands, there are fewer and fewer fish ... All animals are affected. Looking at the root of the problem, protect natural habitats for animals! It starts with us.

For this, we decided to create a network of harbours for nature and animals that will start with this link, oh so essential to the animal and plant kingdoms and that of insects. Their presence is a necessity in itself, for themselves, and also for their essential role in the ecosystem. Pollinators are at once essential for the reproduction of most flowering plants but also for the food of birds and bats. These nurseries of nature must also be protected from hunting and fishing.

The "Arches of Nature", sanctuaries for nature, for all animals, in our homes

Do you have a garden, meadow with animals, crops, woods, moors or marshes? Integrate them with our network of "Arches of Nature"! We will regularly send you information so that your parcels of land, which perhaps measure only a few tens of square meters or are several vast hectares, become even more of a haven of peace, enriched with essential biodiversity.

Download and sign the "Arches of Nature" charter, then send it by post (One Voice, 7 place de la République, CS 20263, 56007 Vannes Cedex) or by e-mail to

Together, square metre by square metre, we will protect territories, to give them back to the animals, to nature and to the humans who love them !

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Sylvie | Thursday 06 June 2019

Mon petit jardin est un havre de paix pour tous les animaux. De la couleuvre aux escargots. Des papillons aux hannetons. Tous cohabitent en harmonie.
Merci pour eux.

Bien cordialement.


mm82 | Thursday 06 June 2019

Bonjour, très belle initiative !
Plutôt jardinet ( 50/60 m2) pour moi au cœur d'un petit village (depuis sept. 2018) avec pas mal de graviers, mais j'ai entrepris d'en faire un petit coin naturel. Dans le gravier, j'ai laissé pousser le trèfle (abeilles, bourdons sont arrivés très vite !), j'ai semé des plantes mellifères, etc... et ça fleurit, même les graines de tournesol tombées des mangeoires ont "fait des petits" , etc, etc..... le seul "hic", c'est le buddleia déjà planté et j'aurais très mal au cœur de le couper !. A côté j'ai un beau frêne, un noisetier, un troène, un lilas bientôt. Si la présence du buddleia doit m'interdire d'adhérer aux Arches de la Nature, j'en serai bien triste, mais je sais que mon jardinet est déjà (des oiseaux aussi viennent : mésanges, sittelles, rouge-gorge,grimpereau des arbres,) un petit havre que je continuerai de chouchouter !
Si mon unique (et ce sera le seul) petit buddleia est accepté, je vous enverrai ma charte d'adhésion , autrement ça ne m'empêchera pas bien sûr de continuer dans cette voie, que je suis depuis fort longtemps .
Encore merci et bravo pour cette belle idée des Arches de la Nature !

DHARMA17 | Thursday 09 May 2019



one voice | Friday 10 May 2019

bonjour, merci pour ce message. Si vous acceptez de respecter l'arche de nature, Vous pouvez nous la retourner une fois complétée, soit par mail, soit par courrier, et en retour nous vous ferons parvenir un panneau pour votre jardin.
bien cordialement, avec nos remerciements pour votre engagement, belle journée.

Karine | Thursday 02 May 2019

Bonjour à tous,
Agissons, signons !