The team at Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are encouraging Worcestershire’s residents to start June the wild way by taking their first meal of the day outside for a Big Wild Breakfast.
The team at Worcestershire’s largest nature conservation charity are celebrating after receiving the final funding needed to buy a block of land that will help them to create the county’s biggest…
Survey of top retailers shows that only one of 20 says they will eliminate peat this year - the Government's voluntary target to stop peat compost sales was missed in 2020.
Judges of a popular photo competition are expecting this year’s entries to be full of doorstep wildlife.
Work is due to get underway to restore a Wyre Forest heathland near Bewdley.
Worcestershire residents are being asked to demand more from Government changes to the planning system.
A partnership project to create more than 44 hectares of habitat for wildlife across Worcestershire is celebrating two years of achievements.
If you’ve spotted a small tortoiseshell butterfly or been captivated by a common carder bumblebee, the county’s largest nature conservation charity would like to hear from you.
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust has received £205,000 support from the National Lottery to help address the impact of Covid-19 on our county’s natural heritage.
The arrival of ash dieback at a popular Worcestershire nature reserve is being turned into a positive opportunity to help the survival of veteran trees.