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10 October 2018
ON the 20th September 2018, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) formally took the decision to not renew leases for pheasant shooting rights on its land, when they come to an end in March 2019.
09 October 2018
AN international project, led by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), aiming to overturn the declining numbers of grey partridges and other farmland wildlife has received a boost.
01 October 2018
IN a few weeks’ time, farmers facilitators, advisors, policy makers and those passionate about wildlife will be heading to The Birmingham & Midland Institute for the second Farmer Cluster Conference – and tickets are selling fast.
28 September 2018
ADDING wildflowers to arable field margins could provide a larder of insects for Europe’s declining barn swallow population, a new study has found.
26 September 2018
THE GWCT will be in attendance at this year’s Southwell Ploughing Match and Show on Saturday (8.30am to 6pm).
24 September 2018
‘A CLEANER and healthier environment for future generations’ was at the heart of the Government’s Agriculture Bill, launched earlier this month, but who will deliver it, what can farmers do to achieve it and how can the agri-food supply chain support them?
21 September 2018
Are you passionate about the countryside? Do you want to hear more about the prospects for the forthcoming season and our latest findings on pheasants, grouse, woodcock?
We are delighted to announce a series of local informal events this season to share our latest research and find out the issues that are affecting you.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) feels the Natural Resources Wales (NRW) decision to end shooting on their land is a blow for wildlife.
18 September 2018
A wonderful selection of paintings are captured in this year’s Christmas cards by Fordingbridge-based charity The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT). The five designs are all exclusively painted by leading wildlife artists and showcase the best of the British countryside in winter.
The owner of the Calmsden estate near Cirencester, Mark Tufnell, has always been crazy about his grey partridges. He was the driving force behind setting up the Cotswold grey partridge group back in the noughties, becoming chairman of the group and has now been awarded a prestigious trophy for his commitment to wild grey partridge conservation.
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