Flooding is an issue which affects people across Hampshire, but could nature-based solutions be the answer? Hear the key findings of recent research into the views of local residents.
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Discover the Wilder journey of Friends of Portswood Recreation Ground and how they’ve transformed a space that can be loved by the community and local wildlife.
Sometimes a change of scenery can make a world of difference. Guest bloggers Sue and Tony share their amazing journey towards a wilder life along a local chalk stream.
Marine Champion Rowena Cowton tells us more about the Solent's visiting cetaceans and shares some great tips on how to identify them.
Many of our roadside verges were left to grow this May and June, allowing wildflowers to bloom and provide a much-needed source of food for pollinators. Depending on your location these floral…
The Plastic Free July campaign began in 2011, as a way of encouraging people to try going plastic-free for a month, and hopefully beyond. The ultimate aim is to see an end to plastic waste, which…
Our chalk streams are amazing places to experience nature. The Watercress and Winterbournes partners have been helping the people of Laverstoke and Freefolk to get closer to theirs.
The Wildlife Trust wants you to enjoy visiting an area where livestock are grazing. If you follow this guide and gain confidence you should enjoy the site even more.
Generating electricity from solar energy is not only eco-friendly but also saves money in the long run - and the garden is the most obvious place to turn to green energy!
By using solar…
Tom, one of the wardens for Winnall Moors does his rounds on a Friday morning. He shares his experiences with us here.