We’re asking you to take action for nature now. On Monday 9 May it will be six months since the landmark Environment Act was passed – the first dedicated environmental […]
Work has started on implementing a series of natural flood management measures in the Limb Brook Valley to help protect Sheffield and the region against future flooding. The project is […]
An online hustings event is being held Monday 25 April at 7pm to give local people the chance to question South Yorkshire Mayoral candidates on how they intend to address […]
As well as a climate crisis, our wildlife is facing a critical emergency, with 1 in 4 species in the UK now at threat of extinction. Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife […]
More than 1,000 individuals and 30 organisations joined together for a mass statement on Friday 21st May to declare a Nature Emergency for Sheffield. As a result of the campaign, on Friday’s declaration day, both Sheffield City Council’s new Labour and Green Party administration and Labour’s new Shadow Minister for Nature, Water, and Flooding, Sheffield Hallam MP Olivia Blake publicly said that they strongly support declaring a Nature Emergency in Sheffield.
How many different birds, insects, plants, fungi and mammals can you find in your garden? This Garden Wildlife Week (1-7th June) join Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust in carrying out a Bioblitz of your back garden
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust launch #NatureAdventures to support people isolating at home to connect with nature and each other. Whilst we are all socially isolating, the Trust is providing […]