As breeding season for ground-nesting birds fast approaches, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is asking users of its nature reserves to help protect these species at a time when they are particularly vulnerable by practising responsible dog walking.
Visit our stall at High Storrs School’s Eco-Expo on Saturday 23 March to take part in our Wilder Future campaign.
A local bicycle recycling firm has teamed up with Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust to make the daily commute greener.
On Tuesday evening two birdwatchers were confronted by masked men on Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s Wyming Brook nature reserve.
Our Advocacy Officer Ian Cracknell recently met Louise Haigh MP to ask for her support in calling for a strong Environment Act.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is asking local people to have their say on a Government consultation about whether there should be a duty on local authorities to consult and report on street tree felling and planting.
Are you a keen runner, or looking or a new fitness challenge for 2019? Join Team Badger and run for wildlife!
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is looking for expressions of interest to carry out an evaluation of the Natural Neighbours project.
Wild at Heart – a community project run by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – has received £167,758 of National Lottery funding to help over 1,000 vulnerable and isolated adults in Sheffield and Rotherham improve their lives through nature over the next three years.
If you want a new year’s resolution that will really make a difference, then help us on our mission to create a better future in Sheffield and Rotherham for wildlife, people and the green spaces we all rely on.