Tag Archives: Denmark Farm courses

Seed Library Success

A guest blog by Lampeter Seed Library… Lampeter Seed Library are pleased to be building on the success of our joint venture of a seed-saving workshop at Denmark Farm in September last year. We had prepared for it by planting up some dedicated beds with plants left to go to seed, some of which we … Continue reading Seed Library Success »

A Career in Conservation

conservation courses

Are you interested in learning more about wildlife in stunning locations or thinking of a change of career enhancing your own professional development in Field and Conservation Ecology?                     Did you know that Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is one of a handful of interesting venues, in … Continue reading A Career in Conservation »

Where the Small Things are

The Shared Earth Trust is a small independent charity which was set up in 1987. The aim was to restore 40 acres of what was once an intensively managed farm with little wildlife into a variety of habitats which are now a haven for wildlife. In fact, over the last year or so we have … Continue reading Where the Small Things are »

The Barn Owl Detectives

barn owl pellet analysis

Last weekend we were swooped upon by an enthusiastic group of mammal detectives, who couldn’t wait to find out what was on the menu in our Owl Pellet Analysis workshop.  Each armed with a forensic tool kit of tray, gloves, tweezers and tooth-brush, they set to work to discover what the barn owls at Denmark … Continue reading The Barn Owl Detectives »

Bathing in Nature

Ever heard of Shinrin Yoku or Forest Bathing? What is it and why are more and more people around the world starting to practice it? The term Shinrin Yoku is a Japanese practice which translates in English to ‘Forest Bathing’. There is no single practice that is officially Shinrin Yoku but it is more of … Continue reading Bathing in Nature »