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02 August 2021
A ground-breaking project to unlock the environmental potential of hedgerows has been given the go-ahead with a government grant of £81,561. The scheme will develop a Hedgerow Carbon Code, which will encourage hedgerow habitat improvements and provide a tool to calculate the carbon capture potential of hedgerows.
30 July 2021
World-class shooting grounds West London Shooting School and multi-award-winning country sports group Sportarm have teamed up with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust to host the GWCT Summer Clay Day on Thursday 9 September 2021.
29 July 2021
Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Merlin Magic project has been awarded a grant from the Government’s £40 million second round of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, a multi-million pound boost for green jobs and nature recovery. Read more
23 July 2021
Nine leading UK rural organisations (including the GWCT as scientific advisers) have announced the launch of a formal partnership to promote the multitude of conservation and community benefits that make the countryside a better place for all to enjoy.
19 July 2021
On 10 and 11 July, 36-year-old Harry Townshend ran 100 miles around Dorset, in one go, raising nearly £32,000 for the GWCT. That is the equivalent of running from Bournemouth to London, or powering through almost four marathons, one after another.
07 July 2021
A passion for the “wonderful scenery and biodiversity” of the British countryside enjoyed while indulging his “running obsession” has led Harry Townshend to attempt to run 100 miles of Dorset footpath, in one go, this weekend.
06 July 2021
Joe Stanley, Head of Training and Partnerships, GWCT Allerton Project, reflects on findings shared at Cereals 2021. Read more
23 June 2021
A special rifle event is being held in Gloucestershire this September to raise vital funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
22 June 2021
Strong numbers of lapwing chicks in the Hampshire Avon Valley this Spring show that a community conservation project has left a lasting legacy.
15 June 2021
With the future direction of landscape management, it has never been more important to balance an enhanced environment with sustainable food production and to be able to communicate this to a wider audience.