Work to improve and protect riverbanks and vegetation on sea trout spawning grounds has been carried out by a local shoot on the Llyn Peninsula in Wales through BASC’s Green Shoots conservation programme, supported by Natural Resources Wales.
A letter from BASC chairman Alan Jarrett promoting shooting’s conservation contribution has been printed in today’s Daily Telegraph
A campaign to ensure that MPs and general election candidates recognise the Value of Shooting, which generates £2 billion for the economy every year, has been launched by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), the UK’s largest shooting organisation. The Value of Shooting report is based on the Read more…
The UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), starts 2015 in a strong position to continue to promote and defend shooting with the announcement that its membership has risen to more than 140,000.