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Research at the University of Plymouth shows Dartmoor Ponies can provide a suitable option for conservation grazing schemes in upland moors and heath
We are absolutely thrilled to hear this news – It’s taken a lot of incredibly hard work and effort to get this research article published in Conservation Evidence Journal.
‘I am pleased to let you know that your article Using Dartmoor ponies in conservation grazing to reduce Molinia caerulea dominance and encourage germination of Calluna vulgaris in heathland vegetation on Dartmoor, UK is published.’
A huge THANK YOU AND CONGRATULATIONS to
Plymouth University, Paul Lunt, Jakob Leigh, Samantha McNeil, Malcolm Gibb, Malcolm Snelgrove, Dru Butterfield DPHT Co-Founder.
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