Historic structures are important to our chalk stream heritage, but can pose a problem for migrating fish. At Hurstbourne Priors, the Watercress and Winterbournes partners have been getting our…
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Chalk streams are fantastic places for wild fish, but only if they reach their full potential. The Watercress and Winterbournes partners have recently given the Pillhill Brook a helping hand.
The Trust’s smallest nature reserve, Mapledurwell Fen, is nestled in a corner of Basingstoke and Deane. It has been called the “richest half acre in Hampshire” and survey results from 2019 prove…
Helen Macdonald, author of Vesper Flights visits Greywell Moors
The Chancellor's Budget doubled spending on flood defences - but do flood defences always mean concrete walls and hard solutions?
Working within the ecology team has been a fantastic opportunity to develop my skills and knowledge for a career in ecology and conservation and have a lot of fun exploring Hampshire’s lovely…
The white-clawed crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes is the only species of crayfish that is native to the UK and it’s in trouble!
Hello - we’re Mariko, Dave and Becky, three new trainee ecologists based within the ecology team at HIWWT, and this is what we’ve been getting up to since starting!
Ali Morse, Water Policy & Catchment Technical Specialist, sets out why we need to think smarter about our wastewater
We must be more efficient with Hampshire’s Water Resources, says Ali Morse, Water Specialist at the Wildlife Trust