Cornwall Wildlife Trust Business Supporters

We are delighted to become proud business members of The Cornwall Wildlife Trust, as part of the business supporters scheme.

As our business works in the environment concentrating mostly on trees and woodland management, it was important to us to support the crucial work of the trust. Additionally we wanted to form a good working relationship where we can benefit from their informative support network.

We share the trusts core values and by being a member we feel closer to Cornwalls’ native species and up to date information needed to succeed in being a super wildlife friendly company. Whether we are working on a customers tree, a woodland, a river bank or back garden, we are also here to help our customers encourage wildlife and nature back onto their land.

We are demonstrating the love of what we do by recently purchasing a woodland of our own which we manage for wildlife. You can see what we have recently been up to here:      Choosing Our Woodland

In the short space of time as a CWT business member, we have been to two networking events, met and worked with some great like minded members and seen ample inspirational speakers. We have shared information with the trust who offer a helpful Wildlife information service (WIS) and in return we greatly appreciate the advice given. We are also proudly pursuing a way to help badgers, looking to be actively involved with future badger vaccination schemes. So much happening in such a short space of time! We are very exited.

Thank you Cornwall Wildlife Trust for the opportunity that comes with the business supporter scheme and kindly welcoming us! We love the gifts received including a fabulous book on a Cornish Year – David Chapman. We are super proud of the certificate already on the wall at the office!

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About the author: Angie Cruse

As well as working hard on the ground here in the UK, Angie has spent ample time volunteering in conservation abroad and continually studies habitat management in conservation.

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