Aim to Sustain Blog
Monday marks the start of Great British Game Week – the perfect time to celebrate local British game meat, whilst also introducing new consumers to this incredibly versatile produce.
The team has used a consistent methodology over this period to provide a valuable record of sightings and to enable us to identify trends.
Different corners of the shooting community may respectfully disagree from time to time, but over the past twelve weeks individuals and organisations have come together to produce an undeniable show of strength to the Welsh Government.
Liam Stokes, CEO of British Game Assurance , discusses the untapped market potential of British game meat.
A new study involving Aim to Sustain partner organisations has highlighted the success of mountain hares on Peak District grouse moors.
Following a third failure by Wild Justice to initiate a judicial review of Defra’s heather burning regulations in England, BASC’s Dr Marnie Lovejoy discusses where the true motives of the group may lie.
With the Glorious Twelfth almost upon us, we reflect on all that the shooting community has to celebrate as the grouse season opens.