Our initial reaction is that we support many of the high level principles but we would like the plan to be more ambitious and to go further to make Sheffield a truly green and sustainable city at a European level
The report from Professor Dave Goulson, Reversing the Decline of Insects, sets out how important it is that we act now to reverse the decline of insects and see them thrive once more.
We want you to enjoy our nature reserves and your local green spaces, but always Love and look after wildlife on your visit. #RespectProtectEnjoy
Hen Harrier Day Online will be hosted by naturalists and presenters Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin. They will be joined by some familiar faces in an exciting programme, full of variety.
The network of volunteers will help monitor the health of existing street trees, including supporting the planting and care of new young trees.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust are letting you in on a little secret- a rarely seen butterfly, the purple hairstreak butterfly, appears to have had a population increase this summer and has been spotted across Sheffield.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust are delighted by the news that a bearded vulture has been seen roosting in Sheffield’s moorland.
An application for 85 homes a Hollin Busk – an area of open countryside between Stocksbridge and Deepcar was turned down by SCC Planning Committee yesterday.
A new shared vision for the care and management of Sheffield’s street trees will be published this week alongside an online survey which asks for views from individuals and organisations to help shape a final strategy by spring 2021.
Nation of insect champions needed to reverse insect decline Today The Wildlife Trusts publish a new report ‘Reversing the Decline of Insects’ which shows how people, in every part of society, wherever they live, can take action to bring back insects. Everyone, everywhere, is being asked to become an insect champion. The report cites examples […]