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All current clips taken at woodland valley can be found here!
The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association brings together British farmers committed to producing high quality food in a more natural way.
The Cornish Mining landscapes are rich with history. Whether you are interested in the geology of the area, which formed the foundations of the mining industry, the people who made their livings from it, or the huge technological advances it brought about – delve deeper and find out more.
Natural Bushcraft is a personal project aiming to provide a free bushcraft resource available to everyone.
Agrarian Renaissance aim to positively impact rural areas by creating replicable enterprise models and a recognisable umbrella brand for farmers and rural entrepreneurs. They see the opportunity for small and medium sized farms to be multi-faceted rural hubs with sustainable food production, direct distribution and farms redefined as places to produce food and services.
The Eden Project Educational Department have been working closely with us during the development of the countryside classroom
Experience the wildlife with over 130 different species set in lush sub-tropical lakeside gardens. From the amazing open rainforest exhibit to the beautiful oriental garden there is something for all ages and abilities. Plenty to keep your children occupied with the Tarzan trail, children’s play area, animal encounters, face painting and much more.
It all starts off when a small collection of motivated individuals within a community come together with a shared concern: how can our community respond to the challenges, and opportunities, of Peak Oil and Climate Change?
Information about the Ladock and Grampound Road’s Transition group.
Could Ladock become a self-sustaining energy parish of the future?
Cornwall Wildlife Trust has been most helpful with advice on environmental management and we are also recording species for the Environmental Records Centre Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
CoaST runs a whole heap of programmes. We list a few here…and every one contributes to the one planet tourism Network – feeding it with fabulous facts and extraordinary ideas.
Will be running courses in a variety of building skills at Woodland Valley through the year.
Footsteps of Discovery run basic, advanced and families’ survival courses, along with team building and decision making events for our corporate clients.
We aim to positively impact rural areas by creating replicable enterprise models and a recognisable umbrella brand for farmers and rural entrepreneurs.
Join the Climate Friendly Food Lovers informal group if you would like to see more sustainable food choices at your local cafeteria
The observatory was started by Clive Purchase in 1998 to prepare for the Cornish eclipse. It was established at the Roseland Community School and he had an array of half a dozen large telescopes, including a four-inch Coheilostat for the study of the Sun.
SRStudio has been very helpful with development and production of our corporate look and logos and have been a great supporter of our project.