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14 January 2017
Latest information endorsed by Defra, the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland governments and seven leading countryside organisations (BASC, CA,CLA,GFA,GWCT, NGO and SGA
06 January 2017
We're launching a unique software programme that makes it easier for farmers to record and access their precious long-term farmland bird data.
19 December 2016
The winner of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) 2016 Grand Grouse Draw is Sophie Butler of Herefordshire.
14 December 2016
The GWCT was delighted to receive a generous donation from Shooting Times & Country Magazine, which was raised through its annual Woodcock Club.
13 December 2016
At the GWCT demonstration farm in Leicestershire robin numbers are now at their highest level for 24 years.
07 December 2016
GWCT advice on the precautionary measures of a Prevention Zone announced today by the Chief Veterinary Officer to protect poultry.
The GWCT has secured funding for a North European project which will look at how new management solutions can improve biodiversity and ecosystem services by up to 30%.
05 December 2016
World Soil Day, is the one day in the year that the United Nations asks us all to think about the role of soil in our daily lives. The Allerton Project was chosen as the UK’s representative study site for SoilCare, a new project that is investigating ways in which soil quality can be improved.
28 November 2016
After four successful years, the Golden Plover Award for Moorland Management is now looking for applicants to make 2017 the biggest and best award to date.
With just three months until the 4th Big Farmland Bird Count, the GWCT is offering an exciting opportunity for those farmers who are thinking of taking part to book on to a farmland bird identification training session.
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