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Aspects Holidays supports Kernow Conservation

We are delighted to share that we have donated £500 to Kernow Conservation, a community-led conservation organisation that works to connect, protect and restore the wildlife and wild places of Cornwall. 

Established in 2019, and now a Community Interest Company, Kernow Conservation focuses on habitat restoration and management, species reintroductions, and biodiversity monitoring. 

Working in multiple locations across Cornwall, they have already reintroduced water voles, and pond mud snails to carefully selected specific sites for reintroduction and restored habitat for marsh fritillary butterflies. In addition, the team works tirelessly to plant trees and wildflowers to improve the biodiversity of Cornwall.

Kernow Conservation uses modern technology, alongside traditional methods, to regularly measure the current levels of biodiversity. This ongoing monitoring is vital in helping the team identify how species are reacting to man-made pressures and detect priority areas for protection and enhancement. 

We are thrilled to be able to help such a passionate team who are clearly dedicated to improving the conservation of Cornwall. 

Here’s what Commercial Director, Mandy Spencer, has to say about the donation: “We’ve always enjoyed a hugely diverse selection of flora and fauna here in Cornwall, but modern life and the ecological pressures inflicted by man on our environment make this superb organisation’s work vital. We are delighted to be involved, and as our team are all very passionate about protecting Cornwall’s natural habitat, the work that Kernow Conservation do resonates well with us all.”

David Carrier, Director of Kernow Conservation, expressed his thanks: “There is a growing appreciation among the residents and businesses of Cornwall that we must connect, protect and restore our natural habitats and species.  We're extremely grateful for the support of Aspect Holidays and look forward to sharing further how our work is going”.

We are looking forward to following the developments of the conservation group. 

To find out more about Kernow Conservation, click here>

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