On January 7th we launched our first Team Wilder event - a workshop day for our very first team members and champions. It also happened to be my first day of work! Read on to find out how it went…
People and Nature blog
Hockley Meadows Farm - Nestled in the heart of the Itchen valley, a site that has become an integral part of how we manage reserves, benefitting wildlife right across southern Hampshire. Thanks to…
As our Young Marine Champions start to make a real difference in their schools, we welcome them to a special event celebrating their efforts.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams calls in the new year with a beach clean at Hurst Spit, and reflects on the aesthetic aspect of plastic marine pollution.
Humans have become very effective at killing pests. But we are also, unwittingly perhaps, paying a huge and growing price for the unintended consequences of this technology.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams kicks off her creative collaboration with us, Spiny Seahorses and Ripping Yarns, by meeting our Young Marine Champions.
A report on the work of the Wildlife Rangers at Testwood Lakes
With most major political parties waking up to the need for a better future for our planet and our wildlife, it begs the question, what exactly are the parties pledging for nature at the General…
As we pass the one-year milestone for our marine project, Secrets of the Solent, we look back at all we have achieved so far.
As the National Lottery celebrates its 25th birthday, we look at what their support has enabled us to achieve in the last year.