The Government has once again put bees at risk by permitting the use of the banned pesticide thiamethoxam on sugar beet in England in 2022.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust welcome the passing of the Environment Act today, which – although it could have been a stronger piece of legislation – will help the UK Government make significant progress in tackling the climate and nature crises.
60 new bat boxes put up earlier in the year by the Sheffield Lakeland team from Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, are already proving to be a big hit.
On Saturday 6th November, Sheffield’s COP26 march and rally for action on climate change is taking place, alongside many others in the UK and across the world on the same day. We’ll be there – and we’d love you to join us and add your voice too! Assembling at 12pm on Devonshire Green in Sheffield, […]
The Wildlife Trusts say ambitious nature recovery should be focus at COP26 Sir David Attenborough appears in a new, short film made for COP26 by The Wildlife Trusts. In it, he calls for greater focus on nature’s power to store carbon and help address the climate crisis – and for bold action, supporting local communities […]
On Tuesday 16 November, the Nature Recovery Rotherham will hold its first meeting online to introduce the group to people in Rotherham and provide information about why nature needs your help and what we can all do for nature’s recovery. As well as a climate crisis, our wildlife is facing a critical emergency. More than […]
Right now, the Government is running a public consultation on how beavers in England can be returned to the wild. The Wildlife Trusts welcome this consultation and now that it is finally here, we need you to show your support for a safe return for beavers to the wild. We know that like us, many […]
The grant will fund natural flood management (NFM) works in the Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trusts’ Grenoside Woods nature reserve
Parks and green spaces across the country will be raising their Green Flag Award with pride in a year when millions of people have seen the value of having great quality green spaces on their doorstep. Among them will be our Wyming Brook nature reserve , which is raising a Green Flag Award for the […]
Nature Recovery Sheffield held its first event on 30th September following a declaration of a nature emergency in Sheffield in May by over 1300 people and 30 groups across the city. More than 70 people joined the online discussion about how individuals, groups and organisations from Sheffield can work together to restore, enhance and protect […]