These are projects that have been worked on in the past and are either not active at the current time or provided here for research and interest.
Wild Purbeck Nature Improvement Area
Connecting habitats, farms and wildlife across Purbeck.
The Wild Purbeck Nature Improvement Area (NIA) is a collaboration between a range of organisations including FWAG SouthWest. Under the NIA, the partners are working to conserve and enhance this renowned area of Dorset, helping it to reach its full economic and environmental potential.
The Somerset Levels Agricultural Flood Recovery Project has just completed its first three months helping farmers meet the challenges caused by this winter’s severe flooding. The project is a partnership between Somerset County Council (SCC), the NFU and FWAG SouthWest and works closely with many of the farming charities.
The Wild Education Project
The WILD Education project was launched at the end of autumn 2014 backed, very kindly, by funding from the Ernest Cook Trust.
The goal of the project was to support the WILD project in spreading awareness, gaining governance and long term sustainability from local parishes and towns about their natural environment, in particular water quality. Since then we have reached out to 23 schools and 3 colleges in the Gloucestershire and Wiltshire area.