Monthly Archives: August 2012

Kelston Roundhill and 7000 years of Cotswold Enterprise: BRLSI talk about a walk

This looks interesting: Anyone up for this? It’s conveniently timed for workers at 1930 midweek, tho I’m a bit surprised its light enough long enough for a six mile walk & talk. And latish for kids. Still, we shall entrust … Continue reading

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Results of Avon Wildlife Trust survey

Most of the fields on Kelston Roundhill are recently resown with a ryegrass and clover mix. This is good in that it allows organic grazing of cattle, and supports financially sustainable farming. It’s less good from a species diversity point … Continue reading

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