Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Denmark Farm Conservation Centre
The Centre provides a base for exploring the wide variety of Mid & West Wales wildlife and countryside or simply as a rural retreat to rejuvenate mind, body and spirit.
WILDLIFE & NATURE TRAILS
Wildlife & Nature Trails are located within the 40 acres of nature reserve, with amazing biodiversity and range of habitats and trail leaflets and an information board can be found in the Welcome Shelter in the car park. The longest trail will take about an hour or more and there is also a shorter accessible trail.
Two compost toilets are available at all times, with a disabled toilet available upon request during office hours (otherwise the training centre is only accessible to course participants or during public events).
MEETING ROOMS AND VISITOR CENTRE
TRAINING & OUTREACH PROGRAMME
The Trust have developed an exceptional training and outreach programme and produce a range of publications in order to share experience and expertise and provide practical guidance.
A wide range of workshops is on offer throughout the year focusing on minimal-cost, low-intervention conservation measures
Denmark Farm Conservation Booklets have been available and well utilized for many years. They are an excellent resource for conservation professionals, ecologists, students, landowners and anyone with an interest in conservation. The paper format booklets are bilingual (English and Welsh), full colour and twenty pages in length and can be purchased online via the Conservation Centre website
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