Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife, with nature reserves across the county - part of a UK network of 46 local Wildlife Trusts working to protect wildlife.
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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust to bring back water voles from the brink
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust sets to bring water voles back from the brink thanks to support from Natural England’s Species Recovery…
A record-breaking year for dormice in the county with Nottinghamshire Dormouse Group
Join our Communications and Marketing Officer, Sophie, on her dormouse monitoring session with the Nottinghamshire Dormouse Group in one…
How Maun Conservation Group is helping to create a Wilder Nottinghamshire
Join Harri, Wilder Nottinghamshire Officer (North) on a trip to meet Maun Conservation Group and find out how they put a fire in her…
What is regenerative farming?
Ever wondered what regenerative farming is and how it compares to other farming approaches? Vicki Hird, The Wildlife Trusts’ new…
Creating a Wilder Nottinghamshire Network: Long Eaton Community Garden
Join KT, Wilder Nottinghamshire Officer (South) on a trip to Long Eaton Community Garden, a haven for both people and nature.
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