The Wildlife Trusts and partners launch new practical initiative to help insects and reverse sharp declines in their populations A FREE downloadable Guide to Taking Action for Insects is packed with easy to follow practical tips for the garden and the home With a connection to nature proven to boost wellbeing, it’s hoped the guide will […]
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust launch #NatureAdventures to support people isolating at home to connect with nature and each other. Whilst we are all socially isolating, the Trust is providing new ways, through their website and their social media channels for people to engage with nature. From expert videos and practical wildlife gardening tips to […]
The Trust’s environmental consultancy, Wildscapes CIC, is pleased to announce it has been awarded Registered Practice status by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). CIEEM is the leading professional membership body representing ecologists and environmental managers in the UK and seeks to promote the highest standards of professional practice in the industry. […]
As part of the launch of Electricity, an exciting new school offer from the Outdoor Learning team, we will be offering ‘Girls Go Free!’ on all bookings on the new session until the end of July 2020.
The first Partnership Street Tree Working Strategy for Sheffield has been released today and will be recommended to Sheffield City Council for adoption next week.
The Wildlife Trusts have long campaigned for ambitious laws for nature, and we welcome the new Environment Bill and its ambition. We hope this long-awaited Bill drives real action to tackle the nature crisis head on.
The perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your love bug! Starting from just £3 a month a Joint Membership is the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. Buy today and you will receive an E-gift certificate to give to your loved one on Friday. Gift certificate option one – I thought you’d like something different this Valentine’s Day… […]
Today the government gave the green light to the High Speed 2 rail project, without even acknowledging the devastating impact on the hundreds of precious wild places and the wildlife that depends on them – that lie in the path of the route. The Wildlife Trusts recently published a report evidencing the vast scale of […]
Today a letter from The Wildlife Trusts, signed by over 66,000 people will be delivered to 10 Downing Street highlighting the huge risks that HS2 poses to the environment.
We really welcome today’s news that MSA Extra have withdrawn their application to develop a major motorway service area on Smithy Wood, a semi-natural ancient woodland and Local Wildlife Site near J35 of the M1.