PARTRIDGE Project Enamel Pin Launch

We have produced a beautiful enamel pin at just £8 to help support our project. All funds produced from this fundraiser will go towards the conservation of grey partridges and help fight the loss of our wildlife on arable farmland.

Buy one now by following the link below!

PARTRIDGE is a project co-funded by the Interreg North Sea Region Programme which show-cases how new and improved management solutions can improve biodiversity and ecosystem services by up to 30% by 2023 at 10 demonstration sites across the region.

PARTRIDGE (Protecting the Area’s Resources Through Researched Innovative Demonstration of Good Examples), is one of 11 projects which were approved in 2016 by the Interreg North Sea Region. In 2019, the project was awarded an extension until 2023. The programme aims to make the region more innovative, resilient and sustainable.

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Latest Project News

Behind the Scenes of a PARTRIDGE Playback Survey

10 February 2021

As a placement student working for the Interreg NSR PARTRIDGE project at the GWCT, I have had the opportunity to carry out a variety of surveys and se…

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Delving Deeper into the PARTRIDGE Mix

18 December 2020

Earthworms are well-known for their role in making up a healthy ecosystem. Primarily, they recycle nutrients back into the soil by feeding on plant d…

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The important work taking place at PARTRIDGE Demonstration Farms

01 December 2020

Due to the Covid-19 epidemic we were unfortunately unable to run any farm walks during 2020.  However, we were keen to show you some of the measures …

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PARTRIDGE project photo wins first place in North Sea Region Interreg photo contest

11 November 2020

The North Sea Region Interreg just ran its first photo contest, with entries from projects across the area. The competition was designed to demonstrat…

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One Species for the Many

16 October 2020

The grey partridge is an ideal farmland bioindicator species: Habitat measures targeted at grey partridges directly benefit other farmland wildlife sh…

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