Today, leading wildlife organisations including Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust publish a landmark State of Nature 2023 report. It shows that nature is continuing to decline at an alarming rate […]
Wildlife volunteers have been helping make it easier for people to get closer to nature at Redmires Reservoirs, a popular-but-nature-sensitive beauty spot in the Sheffield Lakeland region, thanks to funding […]
Today, The Wildlife Trusts unveil a new programme which will accelerate UK nature recovery and help to reverse catastrophic declines in wildlife. £6 million from the Ecological Restoration Fund will […]
Teams of surveyors across South Yorkshire will be studying the region’s trees and measuring the environmental benefits they provide for our communities
High-flying hope for Rotherham College as they take action for nature by installing a peregrine nest box.
Two schemes supported by South Yorkshire Woodland Partnership are shortlisted in the search for the best new community woodland in Yorkshire – the John Boddy Award. They are Crossfield Lane, […]
As the Heritage Lottery (HLF) funded Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Project (SLLP) comes to an end, the multi-agency partnership that came together to deliver the project has signed a Memorandum of […]
Street trees are one of the greatest natural assets of Sheffield’s cityscape. Thanks to a new website from the Sheffield Street Tree Partnership, everyone can now access more information about […]
Thanks to Biffa Award and our amazing volunteers, we’ve been able to carry out works to protect the habitat these charming little birds need to thrive.
On Thursday 1st June Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust CEO Liz Ballard, Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Manager Keith Tomkins and Advocacy Officer Ian Cracknell met with Olivia Blake MP at Ughill […]