Tag Archive: conservation

Putting the buzz back into Bowland’s meadows

Wildflower-rich hay meadows contribute so much to wildlife and our landscape. Teeming with life, these priority habitats are important for farming, support extraordinary biodiversity and absorb carbon. With more than 97% of our meadows already lost, our actions count more than ever to help save these incredible ecosystems for future... View Article

Adventures of an Apprentice

Introducing Keziah! Keziah (on the left!) joined our Environmental Apprenticeship Scheme this year, as an apprentice at Cumbria Wildlife Trust. “I’ve had an amazing experience so far,” Keziah said. “We’ve been dock pulling, nettle digging, bracken bashing, clearing barns, osprey... View Article

A plastic free future…

Thanks to support from the European Outdoor Conservation Association, our Plastic Free Woodlands project has already made significant progress in removing redundant plastic tree guards from the Yorkshire Dales landscape, championing alternatives, and highlighting the issue of plastics in forestry... View Article

Diary of an Apprentice

We’ve been told that one of the best things about doing an Environmental Apprenticeship is getting the opportunity to try lots of different things, to help work out what interests you the most. Jack Dryden joined our Environmental Apprenticeship scheme... View Article