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Vote for our Volunteers!

volunteering nature

Aren’t volunteers brilliant? We certainly think so! Volunteers are what makes Denmark Farm what it is, and we couldn’t do it without them.  Our volunteers contribute a wide range of skills and knowledge. Our Trustees look after everything from finance to conservation management, then there are other volunteers involved in everything from IT support,  to looking … Continue reading Vote for our Volunteers! »

Reasons to be Cheerful and Celebrate ~ 30 Years of Nature

30th Anniversary mosaic

The Shared Earth Trust at Denmark Farm is thirty this year! On Sunday 24th September 2017, between 1pm and 4pm we will be holding a 30th Anniversary Celebration. This event is not our traditional Open Day but a wonderful opportunity to bring together some of the key players in the development of The Shared Earth … Continue reading Reasons to be Cheerful and Celebrate ~ 30 Years of Nature »

A Year of Volunteering at Denmark Farm

Volunteering Denmark Farm

2016 has been a great year for all-things-volunteering at Denmark Farm. With two funded projects, ‘Holistic Habitats’ and ‘Sowing Seeds, Sharing Skills’ (thanks to Volunteering in Wales fund and Awards for All) we have been able to achieve a huge amount. The projects have enabled us to recruit new volunteers, as well as supporting and … Continue reading A Year of Volunteering at Denmark Farm »

Green Key to the Door in 2016

We’re delighted to announce that our Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm has been awarded the Green Key Accreditation for environmental tourism in Wales. Not only are we the first holiday accommodation in Ceredigion to gain a Green Key award but we are the first in Wales, outside of Pembrokeshire, where the scheme has been launched during the past year. … Continue reading Green Key to the Door in 2016 »

A Prickly Tale – Hedgehog Rescue

For the past week we have had the pleasure of a special guest, to keep us company in the Denmark Farm office. A hedgehog rescue is not an everyday occurrence, but we were delighted to be able to help one prickly little creature. ‘Spike Bach’, as she has been fondly named, was first spotted wandering around our car park … Continue reading A Prickly Tale – Hedgehog Rescue »