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The Wildlife Trusts’ COP26 report says it’s time to tackle the twin crises at speed
Discovery of a stone curlew near Wellow highlights need for farmers and conservationists to collaborate to secure nature’s recovery.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust expresses delight at County Council’s decision to refuse application to extend restoration deadline for exploratory shale gas drilling site at Misson Springs
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust calls on County Council to call time on threat of future disturbance to threatened wildlife at north Notts Site of Special Scientific Interest
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust re-iterates its view that wildlife-rich greenspace should be central to the plans for former Broadmarsh site
Today the Government announced that it will continue to issue licenses to kill badgers over the next four years. This will put 130,000 animals at risk of being shot.
The results are in for this years City Nature Challenge!
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest locally based environmental charity, alongside Business Partner Severn Trent Water, is delighted to be supporting farmers to enhance wildlife…
A new “green umbrella” group, drawn together out of a shared desire to ensure that the redevelopment of Nottingham’s Broadmarsh area delivers on public calls for new natural greenspace and heralds…
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s youth team, Keeping it Wild, was invited to a secret location to help Nottinghamshire Dormouse Group survey the rare mammals.