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Going Back – can our society return to a sustainable economy?   by Simon Ayres

Going Back – can our society return to a sustainable economy? by Simon Ayres

Another article in our series looking into human relationships with nature. The content of this article does not reflect the views of the charity which remains neutral on policy questions.In ...
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Bog Restoration

Bog Restoration

The Cambrian Wildwood site Bwlch Corog includes a range of habitats – rising from a river gorge, through ancient woodland, blanket bog and moorland to a minor summit. The hill ...
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Horses at Cambrian Wildwood

Horses at Cambrian Wildwood

In April of 2018, almost a year after we acquired Bwlch Corog, we welcomed three beautiful Konik horses to the wildwood. These mares were joined two months later by another ...
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Supporting Children and Young People During COVID19

Supporting Children and Young People During COVID19

2020 has been a strange and challenging year for Cambrian Wildwood as it has for the rest of the country. Our biggest disappointment was the inability to offer our face-to-face ...
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Learning about primitive people

Youth Camps at Coetir Anian

During the month of June 2019, Coetir Anian held two Wild Camps for teenagers on our beautiful site at Bwlch Corog. Students from Crickhowell High School and Llanidloes High School ...
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Old Oak near spring 09.06.19

Trustee opportunity at Wales Wild Land Foundation

Wales Wild Land Foundation has an opportunity for new trustees to join its Board of Trustees. The charity is dedicated to the restoration of wildlife habitat in Wales and encouraging ...
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