Our work for wildlife is only possible with thanks to many brilliant people and a wide range of strategic partnerships.
We have just over 100 members of staff all with specialist areas of expertise, spanning conservation and research to education and engagement.
The Trust is led by a quorum of Trustees who between them bring a wealth of experience from a range of backgrounds.
Please contact our press office to interview one of our experts.
We are fortunate to be supported by over 1000 volunteers, without whom we quite simply could not deliver all that we do for local wildlife. We are extremely grateful for all the support they give.
Beyond Lockdown - A volunteer's perspective
Lockdown has had a big effect on all of us, not least our volunteers, many of whom had to stop work with us altogether at the height of…
Diary of an intern at Trumpington Meadows
The second intern from Cambridge University at Trumpington Meadows, Jazz, lets us in on her volunteering diary...
Locked out during lockdown: My summer at Trumpington Meadows
One of our Trumpington Meadows interns from Cambridge University, Sam, gives us the lowdown on what got him involved with nature…
Our 33,000+ members are the lifeblood of our organisation. Their support enables us to protect wildlife across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.
Our Local Groups provide an opportunity for Trust members to join together to discover, enjoy and protect wildlife through guided walks, illustrated talks and meetings. Many also provide practical help on nature reserves and raise significant funds for conservation work.