We're protecting wildlife and wild spaces
We've been supporting, monitoring and developing campaigns and policy for wildlife for over 55 years.
Today, the political environment has changed but we are still fighting for our wildlife and wild spaces and you can help.
The return of spring!
Spring is in bloom and the days are getting longer.
Animals are waking from their slumber, and we couldn't be anymore excited. Now is one of the best times of year to explore...come with us.
Hot off the press
With hundreds of events, thousands of species, tens of thousands of pounds worth of grants and countless ideas on how you can help Derbyshire's wildlife, you could get a little overwhelmed. So let us do the hard work and tell you what is headline news right now!
Derbyshire residents meet MPs at mass nature and climate change rally outside Parliament
50 residents from across Derbyshire joined us and travelled to Westminster yesterday to meet with MPs at one of the largest mass lobbies…
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s supporters to travel to Westminster for meeting with MPs
Supporters of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are preparing to travel to Parliament to call on MPs to secure ambitious new laws which will…
Community benefiting from environmental work by local charity
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has just finished their work at Norbriggs Flash Nature Reserve in Staveley. The reserve is a 100 acre flood…
Get to know your local wildlife
Take a peek at the wildlife that loves Derbyshire as much as we do - it's also a great tool to double check if you really did see that elusive osprey, or was it actually a heron? And, use our habitat explorer to see which habitats Derbyshire has to offer.
Your local charity
We're a small charity with big ideas! Working across six Living Landscapes with over 170 projects for wildlife, people and wild spaces, we're pretty busy! We've also got education centres, shops and our own summer festival - so, take some time to get to know us a little better, after all, we're your local charity!
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