Campaigns

Our national campaigns

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Speak up for wildlife

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust campaigns on local and national issues that affect the county's wildlife and wild places. The Wildlife Trusts have a long history of campaigning for positive change for nature and people and helping local communities to save special places for wildlife. Find details on our current campaigns below

National campaigns

Working as a collective, here are The Wildlife Trusts national campaigns  

30 Days Wild

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30 Days Wild

Join us every June for the UK's month long nature challenge. Can you do something wild every day for 30 days in June? Keep a lookout next year for the launch of sign-ups in early 2019. Schools, businesses, families and individuals can all take part and will receive a free pack when they sign up! Make daily time for nature, explore wild places near you and share your love of wildlife

Go wild

Marine Conservation zones

Along with all Wildlife Trusts, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is campaigning for the creation of a coherent network of Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) around the UK.

Dive in

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Wilder Future

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Wilder Future

Speak up for environmental protection after Brexit and help us campaign for an Environment Act that ensures our wildlife is here for years to come 

Act now

My Wild Life

My Wild Life is The Wildlife Trusts campaign to collect and share short stories about why nature matters to people. We believe that all our lives are better if they’re a bit wild. 

Why nature matters

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Our Local Campaigns

What we are doing to protect and enhance your local wildlife and wild places 

Badgers - donate to appeal

Badger's and Bovine TB

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is very conscious of the hardship that Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) causes in the farming community and the need to find the right mechanisms to control the disease. However, we believe that a badger cull is not the answer.

We believe that bTB should be tackled by the following measures: cattle vaccination; badger vaccination and biosecurity - find out more about our views. The Trust is running a five year badger vaccination programme -  find out about the programme and make a donation 

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HS2

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High Speed Rail (HS2)

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust believes that the proposed route for HS2 will do irreparable damage to a number of Staffordshire's precious wild places and habitats that support threatened wildlife.

We are the leading environmental charity in the county fighting against the route being taken by HS2. Find out more about our campaigning work and information on the wildlife and wild places affected by the route.

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