Wildscapes CIC have embarked on a project to deliver a number of Great Crested Newt ponds across the Derbyshire region this winter.
We contacted all candidates for the constituency of Rotherham to ask for their responses to a list of questions on nature, habitats and climate change. Of all the candidates, only Sarah Champion, the Labour candidate and previous sitting MP replied. Here is her response.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust held a nature and environment themed hustings on Friday 6th December to put questions on wildlife, habitats and the climate emergency to Sheffield Central candidates.
Our environmental consultancy Wildscapes CIC has a newly redesigned website which really showcases what it is all about. Established in 2007, Wildscapes CIC offers services in Ecology, Land Management and Training, with all of the profits being re-invested back into the charitable work of Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust. The new website better reflects Wildscapes […]
This Christmas treat the children in your family to an annual family membership for two adults and up to four children and they will receive our hedgehog adoption kit.
Data for Nature, a project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and delivered by Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust (SRWT), draws to a close at the end of this month.
Following the decision today by Rotherham Council’s Planning Board to approve the development of a motorway service station at Junction 33 of the M1, Liz Ballard, Chief Executive of Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust said, “Obviously, when we consider the current climate and ecological emergency that we are facing, it is disappointing to see land […]
13th November 2019 – A new report, Insect Declines and Why They Matter, commissioned by a group of Wildlife Trusts has revealed conclusively that drastic declines in insect numbers look set to have far-reaching consequences for wildlife and people. The new report, authored by invertebrate expert Dave Goulson, Professor of Biology at the University of […]
New policy to review all tenancies as they come up for renewal, impose stricter requirements to restore and improve the natural environment and end routine burning.
The Wildlife Trusts call for every child to have a daily one-hour nature boost The Wildlife Trusts commissioned a study by the Institute of Education at UCL to evaluate the impact that experiencing nature has upon children. The study focused on over 450 primary school children and the effects of Wildlife Trust-led activities on their […]