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Local farm wildlife plans help Jordans cereal growers devote 30% of land to nature
A local business with international reach has been making nature-friendly changes to its site near Alfreton in Derbyshire.
How would you like to be remembered? This is the question being asked by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust to spearhead the launch of their month long campaign A Will for Wildlife.
Join us for our Wilder Derbyshire event followed by our AGM.
We are calling for an end to the damaging practice of burning upland peat bogs in the Peak District.
This species has never before been recorded in Derbyshire.
A rare pine marten has been recovered from a roadside between Belper and Ripley – it is the first confirmed presence of a pine marten in Derbyshire for 16 years.
We're thrilled that that red kites have successfully bred in the county for the first time in more than 150 years!
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has received an Our Heritage grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for its Doe Lea River Restoration project.