In 2015 we began a five-year project at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve, funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, to combine habitat restoration with restorative low-input farming and people…
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The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30, a public appeal to raise £30 million to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by 2030.
The Wildlife Trusts call for a new designation – Wildbelt – to allow nature’s recovery. Public urged to rewild planning system by responding to consultation.
We welcome Russell Armer Homes as a supporter of local wildlife and the environment
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is looking for young photographers aged 5-15 to submit pictures of pollinating insects on flowers for a chance to win a year’s membership of the Trust and a Wildlife…
Edie and Beau, specialist in luxury handmade ethical and eco-friendly products, donates £1 from sales to Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Fears the badger cull will be expanded and vaccinated badgers will be shot despite Government commitment to move away from lethal control
The Wildlife Trusts are deeply concerned that healthy, vaccinated badgers will be shot in several new areas this autumn as the Government continues its annual culling of badgers.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is running a series of webinars to teach people how to garden with pollinators in mind.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers in the north west of the county to join their team recording pollinators.
Dynamic Dunescapes project at South Walney announces partnership with John Muir environmental award