Staffordshire Wildlife Trust promotes involvement, enjoyment and understanding of the natural world.
Involving children ...
Outdoor learning and play has disappeared from the lives of many children across Britain, but Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is working to keep the tradition alive.
Every year our education team take thousands of children and young people bug-hunting, pond-dipping and geocaching. They visit schools and weave wildlife into every corner of the curriculum, organise youth activities and arrange family events all over the county.
... and adults too!
Making sure people of all ages and backgrounds have the chance to enjoy nature and the landscapes of Staffordshire is one of the Trust's priorities. We regularly hold events such as guided walks on our reserves, run conservation volunteer groups and have a network of local groups who stage walks and talks.
Find out more about ...
What we offer for families
We run a wide variety of activities to help families discover and learn more about the natural world around them. We cater for different age groups and abilities - learn more on our family page.
What we offer for young people (ages 12 - 21)
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust offers a variety of opportunities for young people - from exploring the landscape to getting involved in some practical conservation work. Learn more.
What we offer for teachers and educators
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust offers lots of exciting opportunities for children to learn about the natural world - at our award-winning education centres, in your school or educational facility or out on a local nature reserve or park. See our teachers and educators page.
What we offer for adults
Want to learn more about the natural world, sign up for courses to learn countryside skills or take a leisure class which raises money to support the Trust's work? Find out more.