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- Photo Competition for Actif Woods Wales
- Expressions of interest are invited to host local project officers in Wrexham and Neath Port Talbot
- Coed Lleol jobs in Neath Port Talbot and Wrexham
- British Horse Loggers Charitable Trust Welsh Apprentice - an invitation to apply
- Job application with Coed Lleol
Tuesday, 29 September 2009Consultation on The UK Forestry Standard and Guidelines will run from Thursday 2 July until Friday 30 October 2009.
This wider consultation follows an earlier exercise to assess the value of the Guidelines in 2004 and a seminar and follow up consultation amongst interested parties in 2008.
The Consultation briefing and questions document, current individual guidelines and a response form are available to download from the FCW website HERE
Tuesday, 29 September 2009We are happy to offer to try and help groups who have significant ambitions for native tree planting and woodland creation.
One mechanism you can use is to apply under our MOREwoods scheme. Applications can be made on-line.
Alternatively there is our leaflet to download below.
We can talk to you initially to understand what it is you most want or need, and take it from there. We are helping FCW to promote their BWW grant scheme for new woodland creation, and we can advise groups on how they can get into it. If for any reason a group cannot qualify for that scheme, we can see how else we might help.
Woodland Trust More Woods leaflet (708.45 kB)
Monday, 10 August 2009British woodlands are less biologically distinctive than they were 70 years ago, says a team of UK researchers.
Monday, 04 May 2009
The Mid Wales Wildlife Trusts are working together on a red squirrel project to monitor the local red squirrel population. They are asking that anyone who sees a red squirrel in the Mid Wales forests register their sighting with the West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre - http://www.wwbic.org.uk/contact/email/ID50 . This link will take you to the online reporting facility.
Tuesday, 31 March 2009Coed y Bobl is a great place to catch the dawn chorus, and the birds are fed daily to encourage good bird-watching. The mating calls of the Red Kites are ever frequent now, as they catch the thermals above the wood. Will some lucky visitor again see the Golden Eagle, filmed close by last year.
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