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.
60 new bat boxes put up earlier in the year by the Sheffield Lakeland team from Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, are already proving to be a big hit.
On Saturday 6th November, Sheffield’s COP26 march and rally for action on climate change is taking place, alongside many others in the UK and across the world on the same day. We’ll be there – and we’d love you to join us and add your voice too! Assembling at 12pm on Devonshire Green in Sheffield, […]
On Tuesday 16 November, the Nature Recovery Rotherham will hold its first meeting online to introduce the group to people in Rotherham and provide information about why nature needs your help and what we can all do for nature’s recovery. As well as a climate crisis, our wildlife is facing a critical emergency. More than […]
Right now, the Government is running a public consultation on how beavers in England can be returned to the wild. The Wildlife Trusts welcome this consultation and now that it is finally here, we need you to show your support for a safe return for beavers to the wild. We know that like us, many […]
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.
We must ensure nature’s recovery is put into law before it’s too late. Show your support for stronger nature protection by signing our petition!
Insects pollinate a third of all our food crops. Much of our wildlife relies on them for food – be it birds, bats, reptiles, amphibians, small mammals or fish. But the shocking reality is that 41% of the Earth’s remaining insect species are threatened with extinction. In the UK alone we have lost at least […]
The Government has bowed to pressure from the National Farmers Union and agreed to authorise the use of the highly damaging neonicotinoid thiamethoxam for the treatment of sugar beet seed in 2021. The Wildlife Trusts strongly oppose this decision.