After years of planning and fundraising the new Denmark Farm ’Eco Holiday’ units are going up fast and we are all set to welcome guests from early 2013. The new accommodation will provide ‘Visit Wales’ 3 star standard accommodation at an affordable cost. As well as using sustainably sourced timber for the main frame, we … Continue reading Building Sustainability into Holidays
On Saturday 14th July, we welcome Jenny Macpherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust to Denmark Farm for a harvest mouse workshop. Jenny is involved with the ‘Mammals in a Sustainable Environment’ project which is aiming to get a fuller picture of what is happening with mammals in Wales by carrying out monitoring and survey work for a … Continue reading Hunt for the Harvest Mouse
This week (2 – 10 June), the RSPB launch ‘Make Your Nature Count’, the UK’s largest garden wildlife survey. We are holding our own ‘Make your Nature Count’ event at Denmark Farm on Sunday 10th June at 2 pm to celebrate Wales Biodiversity week. Come along and help us with the survey in our own wildlife garden. If … Continue reading Make YOUR Nature Count
After years of careful planning, negotiation and fundraising, we’re finally on the road with our new eco-accommodation for visitors. Along with the usual spring feathered migrants, Cartrefi Dyfed have arrived at Denmark Farm and are moving on with the timber frame construction. Pied flycatchers, warblers and blackcaps are singing their heads off all around … Continue reading Building Green Futures at Denmark Farm
Our next Big Wildlife Watch event is on May 12th at 2 pm, when Jenny MacPherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT) shares her knowledge of stoats and weasels, and demonstrates how to set up baited hair tubes to detect them. Weasel (photo by Frank Greenaway) Following this free workshop, there will be opportunities to … Continue reading Pop Goes the Weasel!