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Coed Lleol (Small Woods Wales) reflects on successes of 2020

29 Jan 2021

Here's a summary of what we did during the pandemic in 2020.

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Our Connecting People and Nature project comes to an end in Merthyr Tydfil

30 Dec 2020

Our Connecting People and Nature project achieved so much over the three years it ran in Merthyr Tydfil.

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Coed Lleol welcomes Bangor University Researcher

19 Nov 2020

We are delighted to welcome Ramiga Kirupaikkumaran of Bangor University to our team.

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Connect to nature with Coed Lleol during lockdown

1 May 2020

Connecting to nature isn’t usually something we do via a laptop screen. During lockdown however, we’ve all had to adapt quickly and find different ways of getting the things we need for our health and wellbeing.

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Actif Woods Anglesey Mentor nominated for award

10 Jun 2018

Disability Sport Wales award nomination for Woodland Mentor John Pritchard

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Grey squirrel fertility control research hits key milestone

Oral contraceptives that could significantly reduce grey squirrel populations in the UK are displaying positive results in ongoing research, the UK Squirrel Accord (UKSA) has announced today.

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Net Zero Week - time to act!

Net Zero Week is the UK’s national awareness week, running from 2nd - 8th July and backed by the government and industry. However, the Climate Change Committee’s Progress report to Parliament this June has highlighted that there are still important policy gaps and a lack of focus on delivery.

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How trees (and you) can make our air cleaner

Trees are hugely important in the fight against both climate change and air pollution, but they can’t solve the problem entirely. Our actions have a cumulative effect, as the less pollution we produce will also result in better air quality.

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