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 […]
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust welcomes Sheffield City Council’s commitment to reduce their use of the herbicide glyphosate.
Join our call for an immediate ban on the sale of all peat products.
Add your name to our new campaign calling for a legal right to local nature in the Government’s Levelling Up reforms.
There’s only a few days to have your say and support nature! See our suggested responses… Do you visit, live or work in the central area of Sheffield – from […]
On a crisp sunny day just before Christmas, the Sheffield Lakeland team from Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, put up their first new barn owl box. A large oak tree […]
The Government has once again put bees at risk by permitting the use of the banned pesticide thiamethoxam on sugar beet in England in 2022.
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 […]