NGO Moorland Branch member Richard Bailey talks openly on todays Farming Programme. the radio 4 programme took a well balanced stance which was a refreshing change. it is clear though that the view points are polarised to say the least, but how can anybody believe that Tim Birch’s Disney Eutopian world would work is beyondContinue reading “NGO Moorland Branch Keeper tackles Tim Birch’s Disney World view of Conservation.”
Universityof Northampton researchers conduct wide ranging survey intoeconomic and social effects of the sport on moorland communities Professor Simon Denny and Tracey Latham Green of the Institute for Social Innovation and Impact at the University of Northampton have conducted a new study into the economic and social effects of integrated moo rland management including grouseContinue reading “Grouse shooting essential for the survival of Moorland Communities, new study finds”
The NGO have been working on developing another social media platform and we are pleased to announce a new official YouTube channel that is now live. The content will vary but many of the films that are going to be released will showcase the good work that gamekeepers do and the environmental, economic and conservationContinue reading “NGO YouTube Channel”
For those of you who have not yet seen it, here is our film about grouse shooting Done in conjunction with TGS Films.