Email to Susan Baker (neé Gates) with information about Devon Wildlife Trust’s use of Exmoor ponies in the management of Heath Lobelia at Andrew’s Wood nature reserve. 3 pages.
Email to Susan Baker (neé Gates) about the ponies conservation grazing on Snelsmore Common in Berkshire digging for bramble roots.
Newspaper article about the ponies conservation grazing on Snelsmore Common in Berkshire and the rare Poronia Punctata fungus being found on their dung.
Article with colour photographs about Des and Gill Girdler and their Herd 204 kept on Helman Tor nature reserve in Cornwall.
Newspaper cutting – colour photograph of Exmoor ponies on Cleadon Hills Nature Reserve with details of ponies from Exmoor Pony Centre/MMT.
Articles from the Grazing Animals Project’s newsletter – 1) Exmoor pony grazing in the Suffolk Sandlings 2) Sussex Pony Grazing and Conservation Trust 3) Exmoor Ponies and Conservation Grazing – a Win-Win Affair 4) Moorland Mousie Trust and Conservation Grazing 5) On the Brink?. 17 pages.
Newspaper cuttings – complaints re Exmoor ponies on Redmoor Common, Lanlivery, Cornwall and assurances from Cornwall Nature Trust for Conservation and pony owners Gill and Des Girdler. 4 cuttings.
Print-out of online article ‘Exmoors Invade the Midlands’ – the establishment of a herd of Exmoor ponies in Sutton Park, Birmingham. 2 photographs. 2 pages.
Print-out of online article ‘The Introduction of Exmoor Ponies to Sutton Park’ – the establishment of a herd of Exmoor ponies in Sutton Park, Birmingham. 2 photographs. 3 pages.
Print-out of online article ‘Exmoor ponies, devils bit scabious and marsh fritillaries at Finglandrigg Wood National Nature Reserve’ – the establishment of a herd of Exmoor ponies including design of handling pens. 5 pages.
Article ‘Exmoor ponies help heathland restoration’ from ‘The Exmoor Visitor’ .2 photographs. 2nd item ‘Exmoor’s prized assets’ re ENPA grant to Moorland Mousie Trust.
Newspaper cutting ‘Foal cut out for life as a lawnmower’ – birth of foal into conservation grazing herd established on Quantocks in November 1992. 1 photograph.
Newspaper cutting ‘Rare foal makes history in the hills’ – birth of foal into conservation grazing herd established at Cothelstone Hill on the Quantock Hills in November 1992.
Press release about rewilding project at the Knepp Castle Estate. No mention of Exmoor ponies but they are one of the species used. Background information to the project. 3 pages.
Magazine article on National Trust’s use of Highland cattle and Exmoor ponies for conservation grazing at Headley Heath and Ranmore Common. 1 colour photograph of ponies. 3 pages.
DEFRA news release re Yorkshire Exmoor Pony Trust’s Exmoor ponies conservation grazing at Brownmoor Farm near Malton as part of a stewardship scheme. 3 pages.
Newspaper cutting ‘Exmoor ponies earn their keep far from home’ – Purbecks, Surrey, Suffolk, Staffordshire and Cheshire. 1 photograph.
Newspaper cutting – 6 ponies released onto North Hill, Minehead to improve the coastal heath vegetation. Includes 1 photograph.
Newspaper cutting ‘Exmoor ponies become tools of conservation’ – suitability of Exmoor ponies; founding of EPIC (Exmoor Ponies in Conservation) by Tim and Margaret Mackintosh. Includes 1 colour photograph.