On 3rd December the Rusland Horizons team and volunteers got together for a day of bridge building, path clearing, coppicing, path improvement and walling, followed by mulled wine and stew at The
You can see a short film from the Share Wood group on the recent work they have been doing if you go the the project page here and go to the Watch section.
The group have really got involved with
Our apprentices have been learning some new skills recently and have taken up film making!
If you go to the Valley Futures page here, and go to the Watch section, you can see a short film about the
Exciting news from the project... A red squirrel has been spotted in LDNPA Haverthwaite Heights woods on a trail camera. This is the first reported sighting in the Backbarrow area this year and is
Through the Coppice Livings project, Rusland Horizons sponsors two apprentices working with the Bill Hogarth MBE Memorial Apprenticeship Trust (BHMAT). Jamie and Helen have been really busy over the
Mapped History volunteers are cracking on and the end is in sight! Mapped history research is nearly at its conclusion with volunteers scouring local archives and memories for field names and their
The summary report has now been published following on from the excavations carried out in 2016 and coupled with the data recovered from the previous investigation of the site in 2003, the excavation
Just under 6,500 wildflower plants have now been planted this year by enthusiastic volunteers at Hay Bridge Nature Reserve as part of the Magical Meadows project. The project is being delivered by
19 volunteers from Brantwood, National Trust, Cumbria Butterfly Conservation Branch and Rusland Horizons volunteers spent a couple of days looking for and counting the caterpillars of the rare Netted
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