Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust responds to Government White Paper
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Wildlife Trust’s efforts to limit the spread of bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in Vale of Belvoir seriously undermined by muddled policy
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, has today outlined its frustration that muddled government policy is seriously undermining its efforts to work with farmers to limit the impact of bTB.
Long term habitat restoration at key Sherwood Forest nature reserve gets underway thanks to partnership support
Work to restore an area of traditional lowland heathland habitat at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s Rainworth Heath SSSI Reserve is underway thanks to funding through the Miner2Major Landscape…
Wildlife Trust conservation grazing programme boosted by new arrivals as team rises to lockdown challenge.
All hail the dedication of the staff and volunteers who helped navigate a testing lambing and calving season during lockdown.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust have today explained that they have been kept hugely busy ensuring that wildlife has a voice within the planning system during lockdown.
Wildlife Trust delighted as rare Hebridean Quads get lambing season off to a flying start for ‘flying flock’
Locally based charity Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has today spoken of its delight that a set of rare quad lambs has been born into its conservation grazing flock.
Severn Trent Water has stepped in to support a local wildlife charity and local volunteers by donating vital funds towards an annual road closure in Oxton.
The Wildlife Trusts delighted that vaccination gets priority in the fight against bovine tuberculosis
With the latest stage of consultation on the Nottinghamshire County Minerals Plan now closed, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, has outlined its concerns over a proposed sand and gravel quarry at…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13%…