New orchards planted for wildlife
Friday 27th February, 2015
50 fruit trees have been planted at Llyn Coed y Dinas and Pwll Penarth Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves, creating two new traditional-style orchards.
Wildlife Heroes wanted in Welshpool!
Friday 13th February, 2015
Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust is on the lookout for Welsh Wildlife Heroes to volunteer as part of a local wildlife gardening project in the Welshpool area.
Saved! Purchase of Woodland Reserve Goes Ahead
Wednesday 14th January, 2015
Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust are pleased to announce that the Dolforwyn Woods appeal has been successful and we are now proceeding with its acquisition.
Co-operative staff get gardening
Wednesday 17th December, 2014
Staff from The Co-operative in Machynlleth recently helped pupils tidy up their school garden as part of a project funded by its carrier bag charge.
Exciting new book, excited new author!
Monday 15th December, 2014
Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust's Emyr Evans has just become a first time author with the publication of his book, 'OSPREYS IN WALES - The First Ten Years'.
Welsh Government launches 'Badger Found Dead Survey'
Saturday 15th November, 2014
Local people invited to take part in canal consultation
Thursday 13th November, 2014
The Canal & River Trust is to host a series of public meetings in Welshpool to give canal enthusiasts and local residents a say on the type of community activities they would like to see along the Montgomery Canal.
Still time to PLEDGE to woodland appeal
Tuesday 28th October, 2014
A campaign to save Dolforwyn Woods in Abermule is entering its final week but there is still time to get involved!
Iolo Williams joins appeal to save Dolforwyn Woods
Thursday 16th October, 2014
Television presenter Iolo Williams is urging the public to help Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust to save a local nature reserve.
Fred, a true wildlife champion!
Thursday 9th October, 2014
Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust was honoured to present Fred Meredith with a certificate of achievement, today, following his epic hike up not one, but two Welsh mountains on consecutive days!