Peatlands the size of 250 football pitches will be restored across Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cumbria, thanks to funding from the Government’s Nature for Climate Peatland Grant Scheme,…
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Cumbria Wildlife Trust reports that the first grey seal pup of the season has been born at South Walney Nature Reserve
Access to Craggy Wood remains open while vital work is carried out to remove diseased larch trees
Cumbria Beaver Group welcomes the launch of a consultation by the Government today, which asks the public if they want to see beavers released into the wild in England
Wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed, and 100 acres of sunflowers, celebrates raising £2 million for wildlife conservation.
Local people and visitors are invited to join Cumbrian artists and musicians to create a performance inspired by nature
We're running our first ever practical conservation and craft day aimed specifically at girls
There was fun for all the family recently at SeaFest: West Cumbria's Festival of the Sea
Cumbria Wildlife Trust statement about managing the bracken on Lowick Common near Ulverston
Cumbria Wildlife Trust and Cumbria Local Nature Partnership receives grants of £879,400 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund
• £179,900 awarded towards Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s work to restore wildlife in the Irish Sea.
• £699,500 awarded towards Cumbria Local Nature Partnership’s work to restore populations of…