The Government is currently running its public consultation on what the “Vision” for the Oxford to Cambridge Growth Arc should be. The Government needs to Rethink the Arc. If its priority is…
Chief Executive of BBOWT, Estelle Bailey encourages everyone to take the 30 Days Wild challenge this June. It's good for your wellbeing and good for the planet. Find out why.
Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of BBOWT, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19 on our work inspiring the next generation about nature
Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of BBOWT, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19 on our work for local wildlife and people
Watch Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust, introduce some of our highlights from 2018-9.
My connection to nature remains constant. It is, of course, my job but, more than that, nature is in my heart, it is in my DNA.
Watch Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust, introduce some of the highlights of our work during 2017/18.
In the same week as the Agriculture Bill was published, an announcement was also made about the badger cull and the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway.
Agriculture policy does not have to choose between wildlife versus food production. Farming that works with nature makes sense – for now and for the future.