The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (formerly the Game Conservancy Trust) is an independent charity that conducts scientific research into Britain’s game and other wildlife. We advise farmers and land-owners on improving wildlife habitat and we lobby for agricultural and conservation policies based on science. Additionally, the GWCT run courses, conferences and seminars.
The Allerton Project is the GWCT’s lowland Research and Demonstration farm based on an 800 acre estate in East Leicestershire (www.gwct.org.uk/allerton). The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is an active member of the Welland Valley Partnership, which is a steering group that includes local authorities, charities, and businesses. The Welland Valley Partnership is chaired by the Welland Rivers Trust.
The Welland Rivers Trust is a Limited Company with charitable status, dedicated to conservation, restoration and education within the Welland river basin. The Trust has been working with a number of partners in recent years to carry out projects to improve the river and its catchment and to prepare an action plan which addresses the problems faced by the river and its catchment (www.wellandriverstrust.org.uk).
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