Our vision - people close to nature, in a land rich in wildlife.
2012 is the Centenary of the UK Wildlife Trust movement and it all started in our patch!
Northamptonshire landowner, banker, expert entomologist and pioneer of nature conservation, set up the Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves (SPNR) in 1912, the forerunner of The Wildlife Trusts partnership. And the first nature reserve was at Woodwalton Fen, near Huntingdon, bought by Rothschild in 1910 and now at the heart of our Great Fen Living Landscape.
In this section find out more about our history, read facts and figures about the Trust, read our Annual report and find out more about our Trustees. You can read the Trust's Development Plan, our vision, mission and values and our Articles of Association.