Jul 26 2018

Rachael Shares Her Experience at Glen Finglas

Rachael Ashdown is a Gateway/eco research/woodland working group volunteer at Glen Finglas. She took some time to write about her experience:   [caption id="attachment_5985" align="alignnone" width="300"] Rachael[/caption]   "Volunteering at the visitor gateway at Glen Finglas has been a great way for me to learn about and get involved...

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Jul 24 2018

We’ve done it! Victory for our ancients

  After two decades of campaigning we have today secured the future of ancient woods and trees.   And we couldn't be happier!   Government amendments to the National Planning Policy Framework published today mean ancient woods and ancient and veteran trees now have the highest possible protection from...

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Jul 23 2018

Dangerous plants guidance

This Guidance is designed to draw attention to toxic plants that are often encountered while working on conservation tasks – it is not exhaustive, and there are other toxic plants within our countryside that are not covered here.   The plants detailed below, however, can pose a...

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Jul 20 2018

Gorse Covert Mounds update

If you visit the top of Pestfurlong Hill you will now discover a beautiful newly installed bench to sit and enjoy the view. Produced with local sustainable timber by the Earth Skills project it provides a perfect spot to relax.   There has also been a huge...

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