The sad loss of another satellite-tagged hen harrier has been confirmed
Wildlife restoration project breathes life back into roadside and river habitats
A long-term restoration of nature along the River Rother alongside the M1 near Rotherham has been praised by local MP Alexander Stafford. The Rotherham Rivers 3 project is part of […]
Sheffield Draft Local Plan consultation
On 9th January, Sheffield City Council published their long-awaited Draft Local Plan, which is now open for consultation until 20th February 2023. The plan will shape the policies and locations for […]
COP15: a focus on the perilous state of our natural world.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust urges South Yorkshire MPs to back ambitious global nature recovery targets.
Moorland burning continues despite devastating effects on wildlife and climate
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are calling for all burning to stop following a spate of fires in the last few weeks. Important uplands Our uplands […]
Clive Betts MP supports #DefendNature campaign
On Wednesday 28th September our CEO Liz Ballard, Living Landscape Development Manager Nicky Rivers and Advocacy Officer Ian Cracknell met with Clive Betts, MP for Sheffield South East at Owlthorpe […]
Announcing the 2023 Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Calendar
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are delighted to present our calendar for 2023! Featuring stunning full colour photographs of local wildlife and nature from across Sheffield & Rotherham, the calendar […]
Whirlow playing fields show benefits of natural flood management in latest Limb Brook project
Natural flood management measures at Whirlow Playing Fields is regenerating the area and improving wildlife habitats.
Funding the future of invertebrates at Greno Woods
Funding from Biffa Award has helped us to restore habitats in our Greno Woods nature reserve to care for invertebrates.
Owlthorpe Fields gains Local Wildlife Site status
After almost 4 years of campaigning against housing development on a rewilded Greenfield site in Owlthorpe, Sheffield, the decision to designate the two remaining allocated housing areas as Local Wildlife Sites came as very welcome news to local community group Owlthorpe Fields Action Group (OAG).