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
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
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!
The Young Rangers after-school club are looking for new recruits. Since last summer James and Lea from Woodland Classroom have been inspiring children to get into the woods at Denmark Farm and take part in a host of activities, games and learning in nature. The club has been a runaway success, and there’s good news … Continue reading Does your child want to be a Young Ranger?
Volunteer for nature: Our autumn and winter Gwaith Dros Natur programme is now available here on our website for you to check out. We have an exciting range of opportunities for you to learn about conservation and how to look after the environment, based on our unique 40 acre reserve at Denmark Farm. Take your pick … Continue reading Volunteer: your time for nature