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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.
Our Wilder Whitnash project provides local people the chance to feel better whilst giving back to their local nature reserve!
Largest ever cull authorised this autumn – bringing the total shot to 35% of UK’s badger population
Woodland Management at four nature reserves continues Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s ambitious 10-year plans.
Trust continues its step change in woodland management to provide long-term protection and resilience to its nature reserves.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has received initial support* from The National Lottery Heritage Fund for the River Sherbourne Valley Living Landscape it was announced today. Made possible by National…