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Taking Action in a Challenging Time

Join Rob Hopkins (robhopkins.net), Craig Bennett (Wildlife Trust CEO) & Radnorshire WT to talk about taking action for climate & wildlife.

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Protecting wildlife in Radnorshire

Together with our members and volunteers, we are committed to enabling wildlife to survive and thrive across Radnorshire.

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Onshore Wind

RWT is concerned about the scale and cumulative impact of wind developments and the associated infrastructure proposed in Radnorshire. There are  20 energy parks across Wales, 3 that we know about in Radnorshire and 2 associated large-scale pylon lines. We do not have confidence that our expectations for good design, habitat mitigation and community benefit will be met. We therefore expect to object to the developments as applications are submitted.

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(c) Andy Rouse / 2020VISION

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Pentwyn 30 year vision

Pentwyn in 30 years... (c) Jeroen Helmer / Ark Nature

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By adopting a unique 3mx3m square of land at Pentwyn Farm, you can help us to achieve our ambitious vision for nature's recovery and sustainable farming. 

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Graffiti work (c) Silvia Cojocaru 


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Whether you want to get stuck in with some physical work, or you're able to support a campaign or you wish to donate to our work in helping protect Radnorshire's wildlife - together we can make a difference.

Identifying grasses by Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION

Participants on 'Identifying grasses, sedges and rushes' course - Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION

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