- Wildlilfe Sites Officers
Tel: 01234 364213
Click here for enquiry form
|Grazing & Livestock|
Welcome to the grazing and livestock page of this website. This page is designed to help owners of grassland acquire livestock to graze their land and let animal owners find available grazing.
So if you have under-grazed grassland or stock available for grazing, please register your details, for FREE, by clicking on the relevant forms below and answering some simple questions:
- If you have under-grazed grasslands and are in need or grazing stock please click here
- If you are an animal owner in need of extra grazing please click here
Once you have filled in the form and submitted it, it will be emailed automatically to the Wildlife Site Officers who will upload your details onto the grazing exchange page of the website. The grazing exchange page can be viewed by all potential matches.
|Basic Payment Scheme update|
Paper forms have now been made available for farmers and agents to apply for the new Basic Payment Scheme and the deadline has been extended by a month to June 15. The announcement was made after the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) failed to bring the online system up to full functionality in time to meet the application deadline. The online system will only need to be used for registration. For more information about submitting your claim by June 15 click here.
|Bedfordshire’s 2014 Wild Places Newsletter|
As 2014 is drawing to a close, I thought it was time to produce the sixth ‘Wild Places’ newsletter. This newsletter is produced specifically for owners/managers of wildlife sites in Bedfordshire. The latest edition includes articles on the Rural Development Programme update, traditional orchards, the forthcoming BSBI Plant Atlas 2020 and more. I hope you find it interesting.
|Flora Locale Training Workshops 2015|
Flora Locale are offering a programme of training and demonstration events. Read more
|BCN Wildlife Trust Training Courses|
The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire is offering a series of training workshops in 2015. These range from species identification to habitat management and practical conservation. Read more