Former SWT trainees at the heart of the green economy.
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Polly Rattue from Jordans offers an insight into the partnership that puts nature at the heart of their cereal farming.
Don’t tell me you’ve not seen any spiders lately, for it’s at this time of year they’re most visible.
Maddy Simmonds, zoologist and passionate science communicator, recently volunteered on a riverfly monitoring training day. Here, she tells us what the day entailed.
Thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, Unstead nature reserve is a wetland once more.
When I first started working for the Surrey Wildlife Trust back in 2013, I remember sitting in stunned silence when an officer from the Environment Agency suggested that one day beavers could be…
We took part in the SATRO Research Work Placement scheme this summer, and two students produced fantastic projects to help Surrey's nature.
An exciting new partnership that reflects The Wildlife Trusts’ call for at least 30% of our land and sea to be connected and protected for nature’s recovery by 2030.
Heather Lewis, conservation manager, planning
Controlling fire is essential to preserving Surrey’s unique heathland wildlife