A SANCTUARY FOR WILDLIFE This is an article our own Jon Sayer (Trustee, volunteer, biscuit-eater) wrote for Lampeter’s local publication “Grapevine”. Their subject for this May’s edition was “Environmental Impact”. It would be a shame for all you good people who don’t live in our lovely part of the world to miss out. The words … Continue reading Environmental Impact
Guest Blog Post by Josie Bridges of The Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT). I am incredibly pleased that Denmark Farm have agreed to adopt one of our Pine martens, and as one of their closest they have decided upon K(16)2. In the coming months they will be running a competition to give him or her a … Continue reading Meet K(16)2, Denmark Farm’s newest recruit…
What do you think of when someone say’s the magic words ‘wildlife photography’? This was just one of the questions asked and discussed when teaching wildlife photography at Denmark Farm. It is one of those deceptive questions that at first glance has an easy answer but which quickly leads to hard realities. On asking this … Continue reading Focus on Wildlife Photography
Christmas came early for Denmark Farm last year, in the form of a grant for £17,627 awarded by the Volunteering in Wales Fund towards our new project ‘Holistic Habitats’. As well as supporting volunteers to look after our 40 acre nature reserve, the funding will also enable us to develop a kitchen garden – something … Continue reading New Funding for Denmark Farm volunteers!
As a bit of an antidote to ‘Black Friday’ and some of the more commercial and not-so-green festive practices, we’d like to share with you our top 12 ways for a greener Eco Christmas. Let’s all find ways to celebrate and enjoy the season without causing too much damage to the environment, fellow humans and planet. 1. Recycle, … Continue reading Twelve Days towards an Eco Christmas