Podcast time with Renew Wales!

We were very honoured to be invited by Renew Wales, one of our partner organisations, to join them for a chat about biodiversity and green spaces as part of their new podcast series, ‘Renew Wales in conversation’. Our Biodiversity & Community Engagement rep, Jeremy Wadia, joined fellow podcast guest Ian […]

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Community gardening in the sun

Our first volunteering weekend at Erw Dewi / Dewi’s Acre took place on Saturday 22nd May and the sun was out to welcome us. After so much rainfall and warmer temperatures, the weeds have been coming up in full force so the new community garden needed a good team of […]

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What have meadows ever done for us?

Meadows are disappearing across the UK for a variety of reasons. Is that a problem and what have meadows ever done for us? Well, here our Top 5 reasons why EcoDewi believes it’s critical that we all help to restore and create meadows across the St Davids Peninsula, Pembrokeshire, Wales […]

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No Mow May begins across the UK!

Our Mini Meadows project aims to promote the creation on loads of … yep, you’ve guessed it … mini meadows, by simply encouraging people not to fully mow their lawns or grass verges. Experts estimate that a shocking 97% of the UK’s meadows have been lost since the 1930s! Yet, […]

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Happy St Davids Day!

The sun is out, it’s St Davids Day, the St Davids community garden has a new name and we have just launched a fundraising appeal for the garden! Not a bad day, eh? Last week the community garden team confirmed the new name for the garden which is: Erw Dewi […]

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Wildflower turf, rhubarb & more!

We’re so missing our organised volunteering sessions down at the St Davids Garden Project but with deliveries arriving, from the community development package we were awarded by Keep Wales Tidy, we have had to have a few people down there receiving and installing bits etc. This last week we managed […]

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Plans for a Pembrokeshire Outdoor Volunteer Organisers’ Network

EcoDewi was really pleased to be invited to partake in initial discussions to create a new “Green Team” in Pembrokeshire whose aim will be to support organisations that recruit, manage and lead volunteers on outdoor projects, mainly conservation work. Initiated by Tom Moses from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority […]

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