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16 January 2018
MAXIMISE the benefit of the scheme to your farm business, the wildlife on your farm and your shoot by finding out about the new Countryside Stewardship Offers at a course being held by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
08 January 2018
FINDINGS from the latest research carried out by scientists in the uplands will be discussed at the upcoming North of England Grouse Seminar.
THE importance of soils and water will be highlighted to farmers, researchers and policymakers at what promises to be a thought-provoking conference next month.
19 December 2017
ONE of the world’s longest-running wildlife monitoring schemes needs your help in 2018.
18 December 2017
WITH over 150 people present, Sir Gareth Edwards thrilled guests regaling colourful tales of playing for Wales and the British Lions during his rugby career which started 50 years ago.
15 December 2017
FARMING and green organisations have come together to seek a guarantee from Michael Gove that farmers and land managers who sign up to agri-environment schemes before the UK leaves the EU are not penalised post-Brexit.
12 December 2017
A FUN-FILLED evening was enjoyed by 260 guests at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT) 38th Macnab Ball on November 22.
11 December 2017
An exciting new partnership between Curlew Country and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has been confirmed today, 11 December, in a bid to reverse the worrying decline of the wading bird.
A WOODCOCK expert at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is urging people to think carefully before shooting the species.
One of the most lucrative prizes in fieldsports - a day’s driven grouse shooting and a new pair of 12-bore shotguns all worth £25,000 - is up for grabs in the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s 2017 Gun Draw.
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