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201119 | Sheep farmers blast George Eustice for 'unrealistic' no-deal Brexit comments

Sheep farmers blast George Eustice for 'unrealistic' no-deal Brexit comments

The Environment Secretary has come under fire from industry leaders following a recent interview  read more »

201113 | Bird flu: New restrictions in Cornwall and UK over Avian Influenza

Bird flu: New restrictions in Cornwall and UK over Avian Influenza

By Lisa Young @SouthWestFarmer Agricultural reporter
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201102 | Pheasant to be classed as “nuisance” species as government forces shooting estates to seek licences

Pheasant to be classed as “nuisance” species as government forces shooting estates to seek licences

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 2nd November 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

201030 | Legal challenge to pheasant shooting could change the face of the Cornish countryside

Legal challenge to pheasant shooting could change the face of the Cornish countryside

Posted By Rashleigh MacFarlane on 30th October 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane  read more »

Grow More Trees: Autumn Seed Search | Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Grow More Trees: Autumn Seed Search

One of the easiest w  read more »

201007 | Grow more trees - collect acorn and other tree seeds to grow tree saplings now

Grow more trees - collect acorn and other tree seeds to grow tree saplings now

Last updated: 07/10/2020

 

When’s the right time to plant a tree? Twenty years ago! When’s the best time to collect acorns and other tree seeds? NOW!

Boy With Baby Oak Trees  read more »

200926 | It Takes Just 2 Minutes to Sow a Seed

It Takes Just 2 Minutes to Sow a Seed

Martin Dorey 1 Comment

But a whole family to plant a forest.

We need you. The planet needs you. And now is the time to act.  read more »

200928 | Environmental charity 2 Minute Foundation calls on supporters to help plant a new forest 'Planting trees helps to rest

Environmental charity 2 Minute Foundation calls on supporters to help plant a new forest

'Planting trees helps to restore nature, capture carbon and create an ecosystem for insects, birds and all kinds of species to thrive in'  read more »

The Forest for Cornwall (Koos rag Kernow)

Forest for Cornwall Programme

The Forest for Cornwall, conceived by Cornwall Council, is an ambitious tree planting project with the principle aim of fighting climate change.

When complete we hope it will cover approximately 8,000 hectares - that’s about 2% of Cornwall’s land area.

The Forest for Cornwall is not a single area of new forest.  read more »

200901 | Dynamic Dunescapes Project | The Towans | Hayle Pump

Many of us know and love sand dunes as beautiful coastal landscapes, but they are also listed as one of the most threatened environments in Europe for biodiversity loss.

These dunes are an important habitat for several rare species which are particularly adapted to life in the sand, but historic dune management has resulted in some dunes becoming over-stabilised, with too much vegetation. We now know that healthy sand dunes need to be free to move -to be dynamic.  read more »

200811 | £150 fine for littering in first prosecution by Civil Enforcement

£150 fine for littering in first prosecution by Civil Enforcement

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Litter Kills! It doesn't matter who dropped the litter; If you see it pick it up

"Litter kills" Bandeira
"Litter kills" Screenshot

A very simple message...#litter


200715 | Once in a lifetime plant now in bloom - Hayle boasts very rare puya plants whcih normally grow in South America

A once in a lifetime flowering plant is now in bloom in Hayle.  The town boasts a rare 'Puya' flower on King George V Memorial Walk *picture by Hayle Town Council

Once in a lifetime plant now in bloom in Hayle

Hayle boasts very rare puya plants whcih normally grow in South America and die once they have flowered. It is now in bloom.  read more »

191201 | December-January 2020 | RSPB Update | Hayle Pump

Copperhouse Pool is busy with birds!
Up to 3 Osprey were seen on the
Estuary during October, but none
have been observed recently. There
have been 4 Pink Footed Geese on
Copperhouse and 6 Pale bellied
Brent Geese on the estuary. A recent
count of the Canada Geese finished
up with 320. Waders have been
appearing with Curlew, Sandpiper,
Spotted Redshank, Little Stint, Grey
Plovers, Bar & Black Tailed Godwits.

Ornithologist Stephen Jackson has
kindly provided the following notes on
the Grey Plover:  read more »

191014 | Badger Cull making TB worse!

Cull making TB worse!


Badger cull 'made TB crisis worse'

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