Pocket Farm Magazine Conservation

Amazing graze: conservation grazing for smallholders

Grazing meadow - Hertford

It’s no exaggeration to say that vast swathes of what you might consider our natural landscape were actually created by human intervention with much of our semi-natural habitat the result of some form of agriculture, often subsistence farming. ...


  1. Conservation
  2. Wildlife

A rare beauty? Not this lot

Natterjack Toad

We are all familiar with the current plight of red squirrels, hedgehogs and orchids as they all benefit from high profile and sustained awareness campaigns. This is almost certainly due to the fact that they happen to have been dealt a good hand when it comes to looks and as such have become ...

Visit: Amwell Nature Reserve

Amwell winter view

Since purchasing the Amwell Nature Reserve site in 2006 Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust has worked to restore it to a diverse wetland habitat which is now internationally important to nature conservation, forming part of a 25 mile living landscape ...

Wild Things – volunteering with the Wildlife Trust

Woodland Work

The Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust does a huge amount of work each year maintaining nature reserves and raising awareness of the issues affecting the area’s wildlife and ecology. Much of this work is undertaken by a willing and enthusiastic ...