Nature's Recovery Fund
Our area is facing pressure like never before, with threats including a proposed one million new homes and the Oxford to Cambridge expressway. We need to make space for wildlife, and nature needs to recover – not just for the sake of wild plants and animals, but also for everything it brings us too: better health, climate control, flood management, enjoyment, employment and overall quality of life.
As individuals, we can make a huge difference by both standing up for nature and taking action. Be part of nature’s recovery – help us stop the destruction of vital habitats, create homes for wildlife and inspire the younger generation to care about nature. Whether it’s £10 or £100, every gift counts to help us protect the nature you love. If you are able to, please make a donation to help us fight for a Wilder Future for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire and help nature recover.
£60 carries out a field survey, helping us to monitor populations of dormice, bats, insects, orchids and other wildflowers.
£100 buys pond-dipping nets and sample trays for a group, helping children explore and learn about the natural world.
£150 helps towards the restoration of wildlife-rich floodplain meadows.
£200 pays for an advisory visit to help landowners plan for a more vibrant and living landscape.
£500 supports a day educating local decision makers about how we can protect wildlife for the future.