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2013 is Bigger and Better for Learning

We think that our 2013 course programme is our best ever! It certainly is our biggest ever with over 35 courses and workshops, developed in response to requests and feedback from all of you. We’ve packed in a feast of exciting new workshops around the theme of ‘Sustainable Food’: For all you budding gardeners out … Continue reading 2013 is Bigger and Better for Learning »

Hunt for the Harvest Mouse

On Saturday 14th July, we welcome Jenny Macpherson from the Vincent Wildlife Trust to Denmark Farm for a harvest mouse workshop. Jenny is involved with the  ‘Mammals in a Sustainable Environment’ project which is aiming to get a fuller picture of what is happening with mammals in Wales by carrying out monitoring and survey work for a … Continue reading Hunt for the Harvest Mouse »

Need help with nature identification?

Try iSpot! iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature. Once you have registered, you can add a photo to the website, and see if anyone else can identify it for you.  The website is run by the Open University (OU) and they are asking people to put up at least one … Continue reading Need help with nature identification? »

Want to learn new skills this autumn?

The Denmark Farm Conservation Centre Autumn Training Programme is packed full of exciting workshops for all interests. Whether you want to extend your knowledge of conservation and species identification or learn a new sustainable craft  you will find something for you. There’s even a ‘Wild in the Woods’ event for kids at half term too. … Continue reading Want to learn new skills this autumn? »

Fancy going ‘batty’ this summer?

If so, there are still some places left on our Understanding British Bats course, as well as these other conservation courses: 17-19 June: Flowering Plants 23 June: Restoring Wildflower meadows 24-26 June: Grasses, Sedges and Rushes 1-3 July: British Mammals 8 – 10 July: Entomology 12-14 August: Understanding British Bats 16 Sept: Foraging Food for … Continue reading Fancy going ‘batty’ this summer? »