Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams tries her hand at rope making and considers the changing impact of this material on our marine life.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Spring is here! Though we may not be able to go out that much this spring, there is still a lot to look forward to about the season. The days are noticeably longer and warmer, flowers are…
Last week work finally started on the development of Frances Annie Place as part of our Wilder Portsmouth initiative. A group of local school girls, and winners of our Wilder Futures Competition,…
Pete, one of our Marine Champions, shares how his personal Solent adventure has brought him closer to our seas.
Fit for purpose? Reflections on emerging agriculture policy – will it help arrest the climate and ecological emergency?
Ellie Brodie, Head of Land Management for Wildlife Trust's national office, takes a look at how the Agriculture Bill and recent Defra policy statements are stacking up for wildlife and wild…
Team Wilder member and Southsea resident, Adam Humphrys, used his small garden to create some big spaces for wildlife.
Dr Catherine McNicol reveals some of the work that Wildlife Trusts are doing to bring species back from the brink.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams reflects on her work with rivers and the implications of how we manage our watercourses.
Team Wilder member, Janette Stroud, from the Isle of Wight, stopped mowing her lawn last Summer. Within weeks, she found her garden was teaming with insects and a higher diversity of plants.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams looks back on how the Solent was formed and explores how people have responded to climate issues through art and architecture.