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10 October 2018
ON the 20
th 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. Read more
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. Read more
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?
24 August 2018
FARMERS, facilitators, advisors, policy makers and those passionate about wildlife will be heading to The Birmingham & Midland Institute for the second Farmer Cluster Conference on November 1st.
21 August 2018
BREEDING woodcock are more common in larger, better connected and more varied woodland areas in Britain, a new study has shown.
20 August 2018
YOUNG artists in Perth and Kinross are being urged to get creative by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
17 August 2018
RENOWNED wildlife artist Owen Williams has produced a stunning picture in the latest innovate way to help save the UK’s declining curlew.