Fundraising and Supporter Assistant Fiona planted a wildflower meadow from scratch back in March, right at the beginning of lockdown. How's it going?
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Our vision for the Oxford to Cambridge Arc is that development should only go forward at a level and pace that doesn’t breach environmental limits.
Fundraising & Supporter Assistant Fiona has been planting a patch of wildflower meadow in her garden. Even a small patch of flowering plants can make a big difference...
Communications Officer Sophie's bee houses and wildlife pond have been a hive of activity so far this spring..
The features dug by the rotary ditcher in the Nene Valley last summer have been filling up with water and attracting wildlife. Helena gives us an update.
The Environment Agency are seeking your views on the challenges our waters face and the choices and changes we all need to make to help tackle those challenges. Our Water for Wildlife Officer…
Ryan Clark tells us about the results of the 2019 three-county swift survey and how you can get involved in 2020
CEO Brian Eversham reflects on the latest State of Nature report and how it relates to our local wildlife
Wildlife may be beautiful or delicate but creating the best conditions for it to flourish can be a brutal-looking business
Our CEO Brian Eversham explores the Wildlife Trust's changing role in tackling the ecological and climate emergency