Tag Archives: conservation

The Winter we TWIGged on!

TWIG Woodland Grant

Late last year we received welcome news that we were successful with our application to the Welsh Government Woodland Investment Grant (TWIG). Since then we have had a very busy winter developing the site and making some essential improvements. We were awarded a grant of over £30,000 for our TWIG ‘Woodland Access and Inclusion’ project. … Continue reading The Winter we TWIGged on! »

Hello from a new team member

Hello I’m Ryan. I have recently joined Denmark Farm staff team as the new Nature Reserve & Site Volunteer Manager. I am very excited to be working at such a beautiful site, which has been such an amazing success story for nature and conservation. I’ve been visiting Denmark Farm for over 10 years, either attending … Continue reading Hello from a new team member »

A May Stay at Denmark Farm

A short blogpost written by recent guest Sue Rickard Staying at Denmark Farm is to be immersed in nature. We were there in May when everywhere was full of spring flowers and the new leaves on the beech trees were soft and silky, creating great canopies of greenness that one could stare into, dreaming of … Continue reading A May Stay at Denmark Farm »

Volunteering for Nature

volunteering nature

Aline Denton began volunteering for nature at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre in the late 1990’s and has recently returned after a short break. Here she explains more about her volunteer role, and highlights some of the other volunteering opportunities at Denmark Farm. I first started volunteering at Denmark Farm in the late 1990s after an … Continue reading Volunteering for Nature »

Buzzing about BioBlitz

BioBlitz

You may be asking ‘what is a BioBlitz?’ Well, it’s a day of recording all of the various species of wildlife found. This is what we have recently done at Denmark Farm on Sunday 28th July 2019. What a fantastic day we all had! We worked closely with West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre (WWBIC) who … Continue reading Buzzing about BioBlitz »