‘Emergency’ authorisation to use a highly damaging neonicotinoid has been approved by the UK Government, despite nearly 15,000 people calling on them to choose better support for farmers and thriving wildlife, instead of bee-killing pesticides.
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.
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 […]
The South Yorkshire Woodland Creation Partnership project led by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust has been awarded a grant from the £6 million Trees Call to Action Fund, led by […]
Local voluntary group S6 Swifts have installed four crowdfunded swift nesting boxes to Malin Bridge Primary School in Hillsborough to help reverse the population decline of this at-risk bird. Since […]
Nature Recovery Rotherham have welcomed today’s announcement from Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council that they have passed a motion to declare a nature crisis. In March over 360 local individuals and […]
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust welcome the passing of the Environment Act today, which – although it could have been a stronger piece of legislation – will help the UK Government make significant progress in tackling the climate and nature crises.
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.