The county’s largest nature conservation charity is to tackle a highly invasive plant at one of its reserves – by using an innovative new technique.
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Farmers and landowners are being given the chance to take control of water management on their land after a project by the largest nature conservation charity in Staffordshire was awarded a total…
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is set to reopen the grounds of its flagship Wolseley Centre on Wednesday, 1st July – but is warning visitors to exercise caution when visiting the site.
New report from The Wildlife Trusts shows how investing in nature would reap big dividends in tackling climate crisis
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging the public to take extra care when enjoying the countryside this summer following an alarming number of fires at beauty spots in the county.
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest nature conservation charity, is asking visitors to remember to treat local countryside and green spaces with respect.
Over 2,500 people in Staffordshire have signed up to a challenge to carry out a daily nature activity during June.
A record number of around 430,000 people are, so far, set to participate in The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild challenge which begins on Monday 1st June – and over 1100 care homes have registered…
The county’s largest nature conservation charity is calling on people of all ages to become wildlife detectives to celebrate the 30 Days Wild Big Wild Weekend (20th – 21st June).
Work has begun on a major project to improve and naturalise the River Trent by creating a new section of river channel at the site of the old Victoria Ground in Stoke-on-Trent.