The day will include talks from Nick Hoare, owner of Stourhead (Western) Estate, and Steve Russell, forestry management consultant, plus a choice of workshop sessions where attendees can explore the ... Read More
WILD is a collaborative project which includes the Gloucestershire Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI), Cotswold Water Park Trust (CWPT), Gloucestershire Rural Community Council (GRCC) and others.
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Carrant Catchment Restoration Project
Supporting landowners in the Carrant, Squitter and Washbourne Brook catchments between Bredon, Dumbleton and Oxenton Hill to restore natural habitats and create vital corridors for wildlife.
FWAG SW hosts the Somerset Catchment Partnership which comprises a range of organisations dedicated to working together to improve the water environment and provide wider benefits at a catchment scale.