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New report calls on all parts of Government and local authorities to unlock the benefits of nature to society
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are delighted to have started a large Wild Wellbeing project in Derby thanks to £95,000 funding from Cadent Foundation.
Derbyshire has secured a £500,000 government funding boost to provide green social prescribing, an initiative aimed at improving people’s mental health.
A new report will be published by The Wildlife Trusts and Leeds Beckett University on Thursday 10th October which shows that prescribing contact with nature is excellent value for money.
Two new trainees from High Peak and Swadlincote have joined Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Working for Nature scheme.
A 9km run followed by an 8km paddle – it’s the Wild Trent Challenge, a brand new fundraiser run by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust set to take place on 31st August 2019.
Diverse, local and innovative, Derbyshire’s very own Wildside Festival is back for 2019 – and wilder than ever before!
A local business with international reach has been making nature-friendly changes to its site near Alfreton in Derbyshire.
We are delighted to be working with Grapevine again as part of the Get Better with Nature project in partnership with Nestlé Waters.
30 Days Wild pioneers action to connect people with natural beauty