The project has been made possible thanks to a £24,295 grant from the Cadent Foundation, who is generously supporting community projects such as this one. This has enabled Wild at Heart to work with the University of Derby’s Nature Connectedness Research Group to evaluate the project and contribute towards research into the importance of nature […]
Signing up as a Conservation Evidence Champions means that we have committed to ensure that evidence is included in the decisions we make about how we manage our nature reserves.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are asking gardeners to demand peat free composts from retailer in a call for an immediate end to the sale of peat products.
Leading green groups issue final Brexit report card that finds static or weaker protections for the environment, urging government to strengthen plans A coalition of the country’s leading green groups has today concluded that environmental protections in areas such as nature restoration and air quality are either no stronger or weaker than they were pre-Brexit. […]
We are joining The Wildlife Trusts nationally in a call for people to respond to the Government’s badger cull consultation and request that cull licenses stop being issued immediately.
The planning decision made in May 2020 by Sheffield City Council to refuse a planning application submitted by Avant Homes to build 72 houses on part of Owlthorpe Fields, has unfortunately been overturned through a Planning Appeal. The Appeal Inquiry, heard over six days in January, covered a range of topics including ecology, trees, design […]
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This Mother’s Day we are offering you a bumper spring gift pack when buying a gift membership for your mum including; wildlife gardening and grow a secret garden for butterflies booklet, wild bee action pack, a selection of wild flower seed packs and gift card, plus all of the wonderful benefits of membership.
A local nature reserve managed by Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust has unfortunately been subject to vandalism and illicit trail digging for the use of mounting biking. As a small charity with a team of dedicated members and volunteers the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust work hard to maintain and protect the beautiful but vulnerable habitats across South Yorkshire.
Two-year delay to England peat strategy as damage continues to vital carbon stores. This year, as the UK hosts the global climate conference, COP26, all eyes will be on the UK’s own action to tackle climate change. The Wildlife Trusts believe that the Government’s failure to address a key issue – how to end the […]