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£249,700 funding received from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund for our Love Your River Stour Project.
Thank you to over 304 donors, local businesses, volunteers and supporters for making our fundraising appeal a huge success!
The Wildlife Trust’s work to influence where and how new homes are built is critical to our vision of a future Birmingham and the Black Country which has more wildlife, more wild places and more…
We'll be creating habitat for slow worms and common lizards to thrive at Dawberry Fields.
The Wildlife Trusts believe it is now clear that in proceeding with the current plans and implementation of HS2, the Government will be unable to meet its commitment to leave the environment in a…
New report calls on all parts of Government and local authorities to unlock the benefits of nature to society
Housing, health and planning must invest in nature to improve people’s lives, help cut emissions and rebuild the economy.
Over 300 people backed our call on WMCA Mayoral candidates to commit to taking our six actions for Green Recovery!
We're fundraising to repair Moseley Bog and Joy's Wood's paths and boardwalk, to protect its precious wildlife and enable visitors to continue to enjoy its unique beauty.
In the first of a three-year partnership, international legal firm Hogan Lovells have raised over £19,000 through employee fundraising initiatives.