Nature reserves on floodplains play an important role in preventing flooding downstream, as well as providing homes for wildlife
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The Wild Trax youth project aimed to get young people aged 11 to 18, living in Tring and Aylesbury, to enjoy the outdoors, develop new skills and use their passions to benefit nature. Find out…
Will Parsons, The Wildlife Trusts’ public affairs officer, reveals the role natural habitats play in tackling the climate crisis.
What is the role of tree planting as a solution to climate change?
Can you find a corner of wildlife, whether in your garden, park or nature reserve to slow down and reconnect?
An honest blog about how I helped myself recover, with the help of the natural world
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.
It was soggy, it was over cast but Saturday’s People’s Walk for Wildlife was a bright uplifting event.
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.
Becky O'Melia and members of Eight Bells for Mental Health explain how BBOWT's Nature Therapy project improves wellbeing