From woods to hedge banks, coastal valleys to orchards and fields, our trees are under threat and we need more of them in our landscape. We are creating new woodland corridors to help wildlife to grow and thrive across the National Park.
Make More Meadows
The Make More Meadows campaign has been running since April 2019. The money raised so far is supporting eight new sites, covering a total of 52 hectares. These meadows offer ‘stepping stones’ for wildlife such as the marsh fritillary butterfly, enabl
The Gwreiddiau / Roots project was set up at the beginning of 2020 to boost children’s knowledge of natural produce and the food networks that exist in their own community. With the aim of strengthening links between schools and local food producers.
CASTLEMARTIN RANGE NATURE CAMERA
A trail camera funded by the Trust autumn 2020 was used to film footage taken within a small woodland in the centre of Range West, showing a fox, badger, squirrel and tawny owl enjoying an area which sees very few people.
Thanks to support from the British Mountaineering Council and the Mend our Mountains campaign we have been able to fix a section of the coastal path that was damaged during the 2018 storms.
PEOPLE , PATHS AND POLLINATORS
Placing biodiversity advancement at the heart of maintaining the Pembrokeshire Coast Path . Identifying and carry out a range of small scale habitat management jobs that will improve connectivity for pollinators as part of a new approach to coast pat
PEMBROKESHIRE OUTDOOR SCHOOLS
Working with the Pembrokeshire Outdoor schools partnership and thanks to funding from the People’s Postcode Lottery, pupils across Pembrokeshire are benefiting from greater access to outdoor learning. Delivering rich learning experiences, create new