The Cam Valley Forum has released a Manifesto for the River Cam, and coverage has been growing in the press about the problems facing our iconic chalk streams
The country's only rotary ditcher machine has been hard at work in the Nene Valley creating a swathe of ditches and channels - new habitats for breeding and overwintering wading birds
We look forward to collaborating with the providers of magical outdoor cinema experiences in Cambridge
The Wildlife Trust are working with Cambridge City Council to raise awareness of these prickly mammals across the city and help connect their habitats together
Have your say - public consultation open until 5 August.
The awards have just been made to all the winners in our Wildlife Gardening at Work competition - congratulations to them and thanks to all who entered
At our first ever festival wildlife and music shared headline billing over a weekend of celebration and enjoyment
Congratulations to the winners of our 2019 Photography Competition, generously sponsored by Fujifilm UK.
Two Cambridgeshire pastures have been connected by the creation of a culvert, thanks to funding from the Augean Community Fund, which now allows livestock to pass between the two
The challenge is simple – can you do one easy and exciting wild thing a day, every day in June? 30 days, 30 wild things. 30 Days Wild!