Inspiring young people
Following Sue’s recent visit to Nexus at Camborne Science and International Academy, CSGRT received an email containing a fantastic poem written by one of their Year 8 students, Evie.
We think it is very inspiring and thought provoking!
Please do read right to the bottom!
The only way is up
Our marine life is a…
We are delighted to announce our very first corporate sponsor and welcome Aspects Holidays to our team!
This is what Jenna Ali, Aspects Holidays Marketing Assistant says about their sponsorship decision:
“Aspects Holidays is proud to be supporting the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust.
We have recently decided to work with Cornwall Seal Group Research…
Corporate sponsor launch
Our work works! Help seals promote your tourist business across the SW and beyond!
We love grey seals – they are amazingly beautiful and the SW’s iconic, globally rare speciality species. By identifying the unique fur patterns of each individual seal, we can monitor their health and activities, checking that they can continue to thrive…
This week our Rangers (Marion, Katie, Emily, Sarah and Stacey) and Trustee team (Sue and Kate) spent a day training alongside Natural England team member Kate S, Polzeath Marine Conservation Group members Cathy and Annie and Tina who runs Our Only World charity. Generously hosted by Tina in Polzeath, we all enjoyed the inspirational floor…Read More
CSA award for CSGRT
At CSGRT, we have won our second prestigious award in two weeks. We are genuinely gobsmacked at this incredible achievement. The Cornwall Sustainability Awards recognise leaders proactively managing and growing the natural environment and CSGRT won the Individual category.
It was an honour for CSGRT trustees (Sue, Dan and Kate) and Ranger (Marion –…Read More
Hi from Stacey
I am studying a BSc at Cornwall College Newquay in Applied Zoology and Conservation. I previously had taken my A Levels after I finished school, however I didn’t truly discover my passion until a few years later, when I decided I wanted to work in conservation, so I went back to college to study an…Read More