It’s almost 2 years since our Big Lottery funded project ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ came to an end. During the 3 year project, we worked with 12 communities around Ceredigion helping them to learn more about their local wildlife, and identify and carry out environmental improvements. Recently we re-visited one of those communities, Llanilar, to … Continue reading ‘Wildlife Where you Live’…2 years on
We have just 7 days remaining for our crowdfunded earth oven campaign and we’ve been overjoyed with the fantastic response from donors who (at of time of writing) have contributed £1,315.00 toward our £1,500.00 target. So, from all of us at Denmark Farm, thank you so much for your support. All our backers will be … Continue reading Great Community Support for Cob Cooking
It is advisable to have your nest box installed by November if you want it to be used the following year – this gives birds time to get used to it before the breeding season – although you can put them up as late as February. However, it may take several years before a new box … Continue reading Take part in Nest Box Week
To get involved with volunteering at Denmark Farm why not join us for our project ‘Gwaith Dros Natur – your time for nature’? We have several activity days coming up over the next month including a Moth evening, Bird walk, Habitat and trail maintenance, Mosaic making and lots more. All events are free and any level of involvement is hugely appreciated.
Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is delighted to be hosting an art exhibition, opening this Saturday 16th August. The exhibition features the talented painter Lil Tudor-Craig and is part of the Ceredigion Art Trail. Lil’s beautiful, highly detailed, paintings are of wildlife in their habitat, focussing on the relationship between British wild plants and the creatures they support. This … Continue reading Ecology into Art Exhibition – 16th to 31st August 2014