Volunteers create a new sandy habitat at Priest Hill with the help of geological maps.
Blog: By Tag
The very first Growing Wild community garden day at Bay Pond was a lot of fun (if a little soggy)!
SWT Project Manager Zoe Channon takes on Plantlife's No Mow May challenge.
During the winter lockdown, face to face events were not possible, but we still wanted a way to connect with children and families. So we created a new and exciting online nature club, called…
Spring can be a tough time for birds, here our friends at Vine House Farm tell you how you can help!
We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is…
Together we can help our hogs by checking bonfires before they are lit this November.
Forget mummies, ghosts and vampires! The most frightening thing about halloween is the amount of plastic and pumpkin waste the celebration generates.
Every autumn our homes become the centre of an eight-legged love story featuring drama, passion and death.
One of the UK's most loved mammals, water voles are on the verge of extinction.