The Cromford Canal & Codnor Park Reservoir Group have been honoured by the Queen and awarded the Queens Award For Voluntary Service!
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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust fears the Government is not focusing enough on existing protected areas following today’s (Thursday 24th June) announcement about improving the management of National…
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.
Work has been completed at Woodside Farm near Ilkeston to prevent water voles from struggling due to rising water levels.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Hilton gravel pits is one of the Trust’s most important reserves for birds, fish, insects and amphibians and is being revived thanks to a generous £15,000 Biffa Award…
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will soon commence work at their Wyver Lane nature reserve to help restore the habitat on site which is part of the ‘Saving Derbyshire’s Wet Grasslands’ project.
A recent project to improve Erewash Meadows Nature Reserve just outside of Jacksdale has been completed.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has teamed up with Peak Shopping Village in an unusual partnership which will see the creation of a new nature reserve on the banks of the River Derwent.
Funded has been secured to improve the visitor experience at two of its most loved sites in Derbyshire; Wye Valley just off the Monsal Trail and The Whistlestop Café in Matlock Bath.
A team of six volunteers and a Severn Trent ranger accompanied one of our Reserves Officers, Sam Willis, to repair osprey platforms in the Carsington area.