Over recent years, there has been a dramatic decline of bumblebees and other pollinators with two bumblebee species having gone extinct since the start of the 20th century, and a … Read More


Autumn is now upon us, bringing more wet weather, humid conditions and decay, recharging the countryside for spring. However, the months of September and October often give clear fine days … Read More

Devon Bronze Otter – 2017 Results

FWAG SouthWest’s Farming & Wildlife Awards recognise commercial farms that have successfully combined food production with sustainability, environmental protection and wildlife gains. The competitions are key items in delivering our … Read More


August and September can be a hectic time of year for many, with the harvest to bring in (between the showers) and Autumn just around the corner. The countryside makes … Read More


With the longest day of the year behind us, we have reached the height of summer. The long days of June combined with the exceptionally hot weather over the last … Read More

Get involved restoring Swill Brook!

The project brings local communities in Minety and Ashton Keynes together through volunteering activities that help alleviate local flooding, protect and enhance wildlife, improve water quality and flow leading to … Read More


Spring is now beginning to give over to summer, May and June are possibly the best times of the year to get out and see nature. The wildflowers in our … Read More


Spring is really marching on now, almost all our native tree and shrub species have burst into life, providing plenty of food for emerging insects, who in turn feed our … Read More


Now the weather has begun to warm up a bit…a very little bit…all manner of wildlife is starting to become more active and emerge, blurry eyed, from their winter slumber. … Read More