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Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has secured funding from Severn Trent’s ‘Boost for Biodiversity Fund’ to support the delivery of an exciting new project!
Seeds of hope planted but root and branch change on mammoth scale still needed, say The Wildlife Trusts. Today the Environment Secretary set out plans to restore nature and “build back greener”…
The Wildlife Trusts CEO Craig Bennet responds to the Queen's Speech yesterday, setting out the Government's legislative agenda for the upcoming parliamentary session.
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Today, we welcome the publication of the Dasgupta Review, an independent review on the economics of biodiversity. But what does it tell us? Elliot Chapman-Jones, Head of Public Affairs for The…
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Love Your River Cole project is one of the first environmental projects awarded a grant from the government’s £80 million Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
Warwickshire Police now have a dedicated Rural Crime Team who specialise in seven key thematic areas of crime which include wildlife, equine, livestock, flytipping, fuel, heritage and theft of…
Prestigious Green Flag awards have been awarded to two Warwickshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves, Crackley Wood in Kenilworth and Oakley Wood near Bishop’s Tachbrook,
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust recently acquired Piles Coppice and Brandon Reach as part of its strategy to help nature recover, close to existing nature reserves.