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State Of Nature In Oxfordshire 2017 'MORE, BIGGER, BETTER, JOINED'

If we wish to be the first generation to leave the natural environment in a better state than that in which we found it, we must first assess its condition.  The State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017 draws together a wealth of expertise from the country's professional and volunteer base in biodiversity and nature conservation.  The best information currently available has been used to paint a picture of the state of Oxfordshire's natural habitats and species, including long-term trends and more recent losses and gains.  Read the summary report here.


Students Get Practical Experience with the Wychwood Project

Thanks to Abingdon & Witney College who came to Wigwell Nature Reserve to put up a much needed new stock fence.




Wychwood Valley School in Ascott under Wychwood, Thursday 19 January, 2017

Thank you to the keen diggers of Wychwood Valley School who spent the afternoon planting over 150 native trees at Manor Farm. 

Sponsors 'I Dig 'Treesdonated a wonderful range of native trees - from oak to dog rose.