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Development of new wetland nature reserve recieves £607,000 boost

Thursday 31st July 2014

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust have been successful in securing over £1 million of funding towards the ‘Not a Blott on the Landscape’ project – our most successful fundraising campaign for a conservation project in our 50 year history.,,,,

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Wildlife Trust concerned at Tram threat to Nature Reserves

Wednesday 30th July 2014

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest locally based conservation charity, has today spoken of its concern that a proposed extension of the Nottingham Tram network to serve Kimberley & Eastwood could threaten two of its nature reserves…...

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Wildlife Trust to support exciting research to help save Sherwood’s nighjars

Monday 28th July 2014

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will support volunteers from Birklands Ringing Group in an exciting research project designed to help safeguard the future of the enigmatic nightjar. The project, which is also supported by the University of Nottingham and specialist consultants EMEC Ecology, has been made possible thanks to a grant of £60,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund…

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Fit to Frack? Wildlife and Countryside Groups call for action on fracking

Friday 14th March 2014

Fit to Frack? Yesterday a major report into the potential for environment damage due to ‘fracking’ was published by a partnerhsip of wildlife and countryside organisations including the The Wildlife Trusts.

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Wildlife Trust highlights concerns over inadequacies in HS2 consultation

Monday 17th February 2014

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has today highlighted what it considers to be serious inadequacies in the consultation process for the planned HS2 route between the West Midlands and Leeds.

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