@WelshConserv We invite you to visit a Welsh commons to see how scorecards maybe worth promoting in the next new farming scheme. Rewarding graziers for positive environmental work must be considered on our commons which have so much public goods to deliver
- 6th March 2020Part of the Big Farmland Bird Count #bfbc held on 100s of farms across the UK last month, the aim for the school children was to see & record what birds are surviving the winter when all the seeds and berries have gone. […] Read more
- 20th January 2020More joined up management of the Welsh moors creating a continuous landscape to restore habitats is the challenge of recovering bird species, says Huw Lavin, who started as an apprentice on the Powys Moorland Partnership project 3 years ago. […] Read more
- 28th September 2019It is difficult to know how many more trees can be planted and how wildlife corridors can be improved in much of the Radnorshire uplands. […] Read more
- 14th May 2019Captivated by the tales of the Mabinogion - earliest prose stories of British literature - and re-enacting the tales while walking the stunning Powys landscape last week (Thursday, 3 May) made the day mystical and highly memorable. […] Read more
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We will be putting on various events over the next 12 months. If you would like to get involved, have some ideas please contact Catherine on urmyc.sdnalroomsywop@tcatnoc