National Tree Week runs this year from the 28th November to the 6th December, celebrating trees and tree planting across the UK.
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Ian Jelley, Director of Living Landscapes for Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, explains why helping nature recover is as essential for us as it is for wildlife.
When The Oaks Crematorium in Havant opened back in 2013, the desire was to create a crematorium with a difference. Gemma Lacey, Southern Co-op’s Director of Sustainability and Communications…
As Down to the Coast reaches its end, our Woodland Apprentices talk about their experiences and plans for the future.
Recently we stepped forward with an idea that can help wildlife, communities and the economy, whilst tackling the pressing issue of nitrate saturation in the Solent.
A quiet wildlife renaissance is happening, spearheaded by an animal that once defined the entire function of our wetlands and waterways. Hunted to extinction for its pelt in the 16th century we…
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams tries her hand at rope making and considers the changing impact of this material on our marine life.
Pete, one of our Marine Champions, shares how his personal Solent adventure has brought him closer to our seas.
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.