Read about the latest conservation issues, campaigns, events and happenings at the Trust.

  • Discovering Wildlife Courses

    Friday 3rd May, 2013

    Idenitifying plants (c) Suzi Richer

    Local conservation charity Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is inviting residents across the county to discover more about the wonderful wildlife that’s found throughout Worcestershire.

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  • A Day with Bees

    Thursday 2nd May, 2013

    Tree bee (c) Rosemary Winnall

    The fascinating world of bees is on offer with a BBC’s Brigit Strawbridge at Lower Smite Farm, headquarters of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

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  • Bees face a Brighter Future

    Tuesday 30th April, 2013

    Carder bee (c) Wendy Carter

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has joined with the UK's 46 other Wildlife Trusts to welcome decision to restrict certain pesticides, known as neonics.

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  • 360 spin on Worcestershire

    Wednesday 24th April, 2013

    Eades Meadow panorama (Mike McFarlane)

    Photographer Mike McFarlane’s epic 5,903 mile cycle ride around the UK has provided an exhaustive – and exhausting – picture of The Wildlife Trusts’ campaign for Living Landscapes, including stunning imagery of Worcestershire’s fabulous countryside.

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  • Tiddesley Wood Open Day

    Tuesday 23rd April, 2013

    Craftswoman at work at Tiddesley Wood Open Day

    Volunteers are once again gearing up to run their annual open day at a popular Pershore nature reserve.

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  • Farm volunteers needed

    Friday 12th April, 2013

    Volunteers planting lavender

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is holding a volunteer taster day at its Lower Smite Farm headquarters.

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  • Restoring Worcestershire's Grasslands

    Wednesday 10th April, 2013

    Pyramidal orchids in grassland sward (c) Paul Lane

    Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is celebrating the news that it has received a £118,637.00 funding boost from SITA Trust.

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  • River Invertebrate Training

    Tuesday 2nd April, 2013

    Mayfly (c) Wendy Carter

    An exciting new partnership is delivering a training session for people interested in helping to improve the quality of one of Worcestershire’s longest water courses.

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  • Ash dieback control plan welcome

    Wednesday 27th March, 2013

    Ash dieback diseased leaf (c) Steve Collin Norfolk Wildlife Trust

    Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson MP, has published the Government’s management plan for tackling ash die back.

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  • Spring at Smite

    Friday 22nd March, 2013

    Fun on the farm (c) Wendy Carter

    A local wildlife charity is inviting families to join in the egg-ceptional fun at their Spring at Smite egg-stravaganza at Lower Smite Farm on Sunday 24th March.

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