Ian Coghill, a life-long conservationist, has been announced as Chair of Aim to Sustain.
Aim to Sustain partner organisations are hoping a change in trade regulations between EU and non-EU countries could reduce delays to the import of gamebirds.
The Moorland Association today welcomed a landmark report on the impact of different land management practices on peatland.
Researchers from the University of York published the findings following 10 years studying the impact of land management practices on moorland habitats.
On Monday 9th January 2023 the National Avian Influenza Protection Zones that cover England, Scotland and Wales, were all amended to include new mandatory requirements for those who catch-up gamebirds.
The threats to shooting are very real, and we need your help.
Read Aim to Sustain partner organisation statements in response to the publication by Defra of a risk assessment regarding the release of pheasants and avian influenza.
Senedd Members, shooting groups and chefs gathered at the Senedd on Tuesday evening to celebrate a feast of Welsh Game.
The game shooting sector is clear that the weight of the law should be applied to any person who is involved in raptor persecution.
Aim to Sustain has written to the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to outline issues facing our sector and our readiness to work with Government to manage the challenges facing the countryside.