Meet some of our Conservation team and get their views on what's happening with wildlife and the environment in the county.
The Baker Family are doing something wild every day for 30 Days Wild this June - read their blog and discover their adventures!
Tim Birch: Conservation Manager
Tim has worked in the environmental field for more than 25 years, on projects to protect rainforests in Sumatra, the Amazon and the Congo and marine life such as whales and dolphins. His last role was in Australia, where he was helping to protect the temperate rainforests of Tasmania.
Keeping a keen eye on Derbyshire's special places, Kieron gets to explore all the hidden corners of Derbyshire and record the special spcies that live there. Follow his blog for his take on our beautiful county.
Oli Foulds: LEMUR project placement
LEMUR stands for Learning Environments in Marine, Urban and Rural areas and there are six trainees for each of these three settings. Oli is an urban LEMUR and his host organisation is the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, where he mainly works with the Conservation Team.
A day in the life of a badger vaccinator with Debbie Bailey - all part of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust'sfive year badger vaccination programme.
Jonathan Preston: Conservation Farming Officer
Based mainly at Woodside Farm, Jon's role is to ensure the balance of good habitat management with farm production across Derbyshire Wildlife Trust reserves. Jon is responsible for a small flock of Jacob sheep and a fold of Highland Cattle and his blog details his day to day experiences, documenting the struggles and highlights of being a conservation farmer.
Learn all about our river work with Kay, Water for Wildlife Project Officer.
Find out our opinion on all sorts of wildlife and gardening books recently published.