The murals celebrate the Solent’s extraordinary marine life – with the latest marking the start of National Marine Week.
On Friday 15th July Caroline Nokes, MP for Romsey and Southampton North hosted a roundtable discussion regarding the recent pollution of the River Test and our Lower Test Nature Reserve.
The Wildlife Trusts unveil new nature recovery projects – restoring peatlands, saltmarsh, kelp forests, chalk grassland, wetlands and woods – to store carbon
Individuals, groups, and organisations who have championed wildlife and made space for nature within their communities have been recognised by Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
The Trust’s Lower Test Nature Reserve has been experiencing extremely high levels of fuel oil pollution and we are extremely concerned about the impacts that this is having on the health and…
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust dismayed at unacceptable lack of consideration for the environment in new plans for Junction 9 of the M3
Proposals for the Junction 9 expansion on the M3, near Winchester, will destroy important habitats and harm wildlife in neighbouring nature reserves.
Newchurch Moors Nature Reserve has been recognised as a Site of National Importance thanks to its population of scarce chaser dragonflies.
Secrets of the Solent will continue to highlight the fascinating marine life around our coast in new ways this summer through a variety of projects.
Catherine Chatters, Project Officer for the New Forest Non-Native Plants Project, has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her services to biosecurity
The Wildlife Trusts cheer long fought-for arrival of first ever sea sanctuaries where all damaging activities will be banned