Sep 302018
 

Our Autumn newsletter for 2018 is available to download here.

As well as our own news and upcoming events, it includes:

  • Is Rye-grass Always Greener: News of research published by Save our Magnificent Meadows into the potential benefits to cattle and humans of grazing farm animals on species-rich grassland
  • Gwent Fungus Group
  • Roger Ruston’s Encounters with Long-horned Bees
  • Pictures and news from our members about their own meadows
  • Assessing the Need for a Management Service for Meadow Owners
  • Hedgehogs: Halting the Decline
  • Local Wildlife Sites, an update from Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Sites Officer, Andy Karran

We welcome items for inclusion in our newsletters, especially pictures of your First Sightings, and longer pieces of interest to our members.  Contributions should be sent to Marilyn Dunkelman, who can be contacted via our online form

Back copies of our newsletters, together with leaflets we have produced, can be downloaded from our Publications page