Natural Networks, a partnership between Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and Worcestershire County Council, has already created and improved 30 hectares of habitat and work is planned on another 100 hectares.
The project team works with landowners across the county to restore habitats for wildlife – from watercourse and woodland restoration to wildflower meadow and pollinator patch creation.
Colin Raven, Director of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, said “It’s great to be involved in partnership projects to benefit wildlife across our beautiful county.
“Working in local communities and with a range of partners is the best way to build a network for nature’s recovery. It’s fantastic to be able to celebrate our success so far – we’re looking forward to creating more publicly accessible wild spaces over the next two years.”