Nov 04 2020

What’s in a name?

What's in a name? Plenty when it comes to woods says David Crowley   "Lots of Welsh placenames give us clues to how the landscape once looked, especially when it comes to woods and trees. The Dyfi port of Derwenlas translates as ‘Blue oak’, for example, and...

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Nov 03 2020

Take care when lone working

As we move into the colder weather and the darker months it felt like a good opportunity to remind each other of the dangers of lone working whilst volunteering.   The chances of someone getting into trouble while working alone are tiny. However; The Woodland Trust...

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Oct 30 2020

A warm welcome to a new volunteer

[caption id="attachment_19063" align="alignnone" width="700"] The stunning entrance to Cwm Mynach, photo by Mark Zytynski[/caption]     For the last 5 years our Coed Cadw volunteer, Brian, has been water sampling at Cwm Mynach near Dolgellau in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. We monitor the difference in the run-off from commercial...

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Oct 27 2020

Don’t forget our regional events!

Next Tuesday sees the first of our virtual events season as we near the end of 2020. Have you secured your place yet? Please see details below. We look forward to seeing you soon!   An introduction to ancient tree recording Join us for an insight from Citizen...

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