Our Charitable Aims

FWAG SouthWest seeks to support, enthuse and inspire fellow farmers to value the environmental assets on their land and use them to secure sustainable and profitable businesses for the future.

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The FWAG SouthWest Team

We’ve been busy here at FWAG SouthWest, below are some of our recent projects and activities.

Upcoming Events

Jul
15
Sat
all-day Garden Open @ Willett Farm
Garden Open @ Willett Farm
Jul 15 all-day
A traditional Victorian style farmhouse garden, with a vegetable patch and flower borders over-looking the rolling West Somerset Countryside. Roughly 3/4 of an acre of beautiful gardens and scenery and ... Read More
Jul
19
Wed
2:00 pm Cornfield Annuals Farm Walk @ Coombe Cross Farm
Cornfield Annuals Farm Walk @ Coombe Cross Farm
Jul 19 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
After their cornfield annuals took a FWAG adviser’s breath away, Combe Cross Farm has agreed to open their gates for a FWAG SW member’s farm walk! During the farm walk ... Read More
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Wild Works

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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Projects

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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.

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South & West Somerset Catchment Partnership

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.

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Membership

Become a member and help us to create a better farmed environment for everyone across the South West.
FWAG SouthWest offers 3 ways to get involved…

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