Every year, BASC provides tens of thousands of children with the opportunity to learn about the countryside, land management and the importance of shooting to rural life and conservation through a range of educational events across the country.
We work in partnership with schools, colleges, charities and other learning providers, as well as farmers, agricultural societies, land managers, moorland groups and emergency services to help young people develop an affinity with our countryside and those who manage it.
Here you will find all our latest news and updates on our work to help children and young people from all over the UK connect with shooting and rural life.
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GAME MEAT— BASCWales (@BASCWales) March 4, 2022
Members of the BASC team visited the Coleg y Cymoedd Ystard Mynach campus to teach students about game meat.
Following a presentation about game, the students learnt how to prepare the meat and each created a dish using wild game meat.
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