Author: PONT

The use of technology and livestock collars to help graze semi natural habitat such as commons

Boviguard fenceless fencing system on Rhos Common Since 2018 PONT has worked with various partners to trial the use of livestock collars to help keep livestock safe and support tracking on large open spaces. PONT’s first trial was use the Boviguard fenceless fencing system on Rhos Common. Graziers were reluctant to

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Nature Friendly Farming – Payment for Outcomes

PONT is working with the National Trust and Llŷn Landscape Partnership SMS project to pilot an innovative scheme to support and encourage nature friendly farming practices on the Llŷn Peninsula. Farmers are rewarded for habitat improvements based on a 10-point scoring system developed by PONT in consultation with NGO partners and

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PONT Landscape for All poster

Poster Quiz Answers

Pink waxcap – Cap Cwye Punc Skylark – Ehedydd Devils bit scabious – Tamaid y Cythraul Hazel dormouse – Pathew Linnet – Llinos Marsh Fritillary – Frith y Gors Pipistrelle Bat – Ystlum Pipistrelle Barn Owl – Tylluan Wen Palmate Newt – Madfall Ddwr Balfog

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Minister for Environment attending PONT Conference

We are really pleased to announce that Hannah Blythyn has agreed to speak at the PONT conference on February 7th. See our revised programme for details and book your space via the training and events page.

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