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07 December 2016
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.
14 November 2016
The winners of the 2016 Julian Gardner Photography Award have been announced by the GWCT
02 November 2016
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is hosting its annual North Wales dinner and auction on Thursday 10 November at Ruthin Castle Hotel.
11 October 2016
Four of Britain's most renowned wildlife artists are to be represented at the Northern Wildlife Art Exhibition in Northumberland this month, and all are kindly donating a percentage of their sales to one of the UK's leading scientific research charities.
10 October 2016
School pupils from Milton of Balgonie Primary School are assisting the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust with a project at Balgonie Estates in Fife.
28 September 2016
We look ahead to the 2017 Big Farmland Bird Count which takes place in February.
22 September 2016
Caution and conservation are the watch words for wild grey partridges according to the GWCT but this year extra care is needed.
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