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Wildlife Trust announces its 2040 Vision & Strategic Plan for 2017-2022

Wednesday 13th September

Wildlife Trust announces its 2040 Vision & Strategic Plan for 2017-2022

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest locally-based environmental charity has published its 2040 Vision & Strategic Plan for 2017-2022.

The charity, which cares for 67 nature reserves across the county and stands up for wildlife within the planning system, has lain out the overview with a mission to protect Nottinghamshire’s wildlife, restore biodiversity and inspire people about the natural world. The document sets out the Trusts response to a vision to deliver outputs for wildlife through their own management of nature reserves and working with others to support the management of their sites, enabling people to engage with and learn about wildlife and influencing what happens to nature and the environment in Nottinghamshire in the future.

Rob Fitzsimons, Chief Executive of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust stated, “It will guide the work of the whole Wildlife Trust to integrate our conservation, nature reserves, education and community work. It is an ambitious challenge, but one we must rise to if we are to safeguard the future of the county’s wildlife. But it will take partnerships to realise our Living Landscape vision. From farmers to agencies, local authorities to businesses and schools to individuals, we believe that everyone can play their part, to put nature at the heart of our thinking and improve the health and wealth of our county.”

For further details, the document is available to be viewed online here.

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