To help create an ecologically healthy and sustainable countryside in the hills of the Middle Marches to inspire both residents and visitors.
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Contribute to the strategic direction of Middle Marches as a member of our Board
What We Do
WORK WITH ORGANISATIONS
We work with existing organisations and individuals to improve the connections in the landscape through sympathetic management and habitat recreation.
ACT AS AN ADVICE HUB
We share information, advice, skills, expertise and education for those managing, or seeking to buy and sell, land.
WORK WITH LANDOWNERS
Helping landowners to manage wildlife sites sustainably.
BUY & MANAGE LAND
Buying and managing land of high wildlife value for conservation purposes.
SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION
Supporting the production of quality food by looking after land and livestock.
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Our Next Event
Farm Walk at Partridge Farm, More
We’ll be meeting at 4pm on Wednesday 9th October 2019 for an afternoon walk around this farm which is in development as an organic livestock unit.
We’ll have a talk with the tenant farmer James Evans, see the effect of the new leys on the soil complexity and richness, hear about the improvements to the herd of cattle and discuss the potential financial benefits of the model.
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Our Latest News
A New Book: Shropshire Bird Sites Shropshire Bird Sites A guide to the best Bird Sites in Shropshire Original illustrations by Edgton village resident artist Martin Jordan. Foreward A couple of years ago, one of our members, John McDermott (big John) asked if he could...read more
Regenerative Farming - Guest Blog (Part 2)Farming: The answer to climate change *and* the 6th Mass Extinction? Published in the Clun Chronicle. Written by Manda Scott. Can farming genuinely form a central structure in our answer to climate change and the 6th mass...read more
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Enterprise House, Station Street, Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
07497 142 485 (Jonathan)