Nature needs our help to recover.
Nature needs our help to recover.Together, we can make it happen
The Wildlife Trusts have the experience and reach to deliver nature-based solutions locally and at scale. Together with communities, landowners, and public and private partners, we have been restoring natural processes and recovering wild places for decades.
Our work on the ground is expert led and guided by Nature Recovery Network mapping, ensuring projects are delivered in the right place and in a joined up way. We have the skills and knowledge to create thriving, connected wild places that support abundant wildlife, lock up carbon naturally, and provide other benefits including:
● cleaner air and water, with fewer pollutants such as nitrates, phosphates and particulate matter;
● cost-effective natural flood management and coastal defences;
● delivery of biodiversity ‘net gain’ where losses arise following development;
● connecting people and nature, for the benefit of their health, wellbeing and enjoyment of life.
Discover Nature-Based Solutions
A pilot scheme to develop the experience and show how local ‘slowing the flow’ can contribute to reducing flood risk.
From the hills and headwaters of the Don of the Sheffield fringes and Peak District, to the main rivers Don and Rother, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is working in partnership with others to manage sites for water and wildlife.
Discover more about how nature’s recovery is essential for tackling the climate crisis in our booklet Let Nature Help.