Study has shown that pet flea treatments are polluting British rivers, threatening the ecosystem
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Cheriton's chalk stream has been made a little greener, as children from the village primary school join their local conservation group for some wildflower planting.
The historic Eel House in Alresford has been fortified by crucial repair works, which were supported by a number of local donors including the Wildlife Trust.
An extensive river restoration project at Itchen Abbas is being carried out by the Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust, with the approval of the Environment Agency. The area includes land which…
We are delighted to announce that our Landscape Partnership Scheme, Watercress and Winterbournes, has been awarded £1,937,800 by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Ofwat has today given notice that it intends to impose a £126million penalty on Southern Water for its past failure to comply with regulations regarding waste water treatment and monitoring.
This summer, we will be continuing our work tackling non-native invasive species in the beautiful New Forest. Why not celebrate Invasive Species Week by pledging to join us?
The Wildlife Trust responds to recent developments in the Public Inquiry into reduction to water abstraction on the Test, Itchen, and Candover Stream
A new analysis of data collected over ten years by a network of experts led by The Wildlife Trusts has revealed that water vole distribution has declined dramatically.
The local community is being marshalled in the battle against invasive non-native species