On the 5th of June over 40m of boardwalk, fishing platforms and fencing were destroyed in an arson attack on The Avenue nature reserve.
Housing, health and planning must invest in nature to improve people’s lives, help cut emissions and rebuild the economy
New report calls on all parts of Government and local authorities to unlock the benefits of nature to society
30 Days Wild – the UK’s biggest nature challenge – reveals people’s favourite ‘random acts of wildness’
On the eve of the UK’s most popular nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, a survey of last year’s participants reveals that listening to birdsong, exercising and eating outdoors, identifying and…
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.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has completed the beautiful Carsington undercover outside classroom, generously funded by the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund through the Derbyshire Environmental Trust…
Today the Environment Secretary set out plans to restore nature and “build back greener” after the pandemic. The Secretary of State, George Eustice, made the speech at an online event hosted by…
Derbyshire volunteers are set to be trained in species identification this year, in a bid to record which species are thriving and which need a little more help.
At 5.56am today (12th May 2021) Derbyshire Wildlife Trust vaccinated their 1000th badger.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have now received their beaver license from Natural England and is one step closer to bringing beavers back to Derbyshire
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has just announced they have recruited a member of staff dedicated to peregrine protection thanks to funding from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund.