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29 August 2017
Environment secretary Michael Gove has reiterated the importance game and wildlife conservation plays in preserving our countryside and ensuring that it continues to flourish.
25 August 2017
THE Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has been recognised for its groundbreaking work in wildlife management and conservation in Europe after scooping a flagship award.
23 August 2017
IT is well known that liming can improve forage production but the wider effects of liming are poorly understood.
22 August 2017
A SCHEME that sees farmers come together to nurture wildlife on their farms is being marked with a national conference at London’s Royal Geographic Society.
21 August 2017
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is again appealing to school pupils across the Perth and Kinross Region to get creative and enter the Trust's annual schools art competition, which is now in its 13th year.
RAIN failed to dampen the spirits of many farming enthusiasts who braved the weather to celebrate the Allerton Project’s 25th anniversary.
10 August 2017
The GWCT is delighted that the Scottish Gamekeepers Association’s Ronnie Rose Memorial Trophy for conservation and education has been awarded to David Howarth.
A NEW booklet which explains the science behind grouse shooting and moorland management has been unveiled by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) ahead of the start of the shooting season on the Glorious Twelfth (August 12).
08 August 2017
An award-winning farm in Suffolk that specialises in wild partridge and pheasant is hosting a walk next month.
03 August 2017
William Shakespeare is helping to conserve the British countryside centuries after his death, as an open air production of his best-loved comedy has raised vitally-needed funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity.
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