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Make a ‘wild time’ resolution to last a lifetime
Tuesday 31st December, 2013
Families are being encouraged to revolutionise their New Year’s resolutions by swapping some of their daily screen time for wild time.
Really wild tinsel tension busters!
Tuesday 24th December, 2013
The Wildlife Trusts offer families a fresh-air filled festive period with 10 walks and some wonderfully wild spectacles to look out for.
Farm funding decision falls short
Thursday 19th December, 2013
The Wildlife Trusts describe today’s announcement on agricultural funding for 2014-2020 as a missed opportunity to boost investment in wildlife-friendly and progressive farming.
Action plan to protect democracy
Tuesday 10th December, 2013
Cross-party commission sets out action plan to protect democracy from ‘chilling effect’ of Lobbying Bill
New ‘free wonder product’ set to take Christmas market by storm
Monday 9th December, 2013
With just 16 shopping days left until Christmas the Wild Network is today launching a brand new nature-based product in the highly competitive voucher market
How to make a wildlife winter wonderland
Sunday 8th December, 2013
Winter is a great time for attracting new wildlife to your garden, and there’s much you can do to help species survive harsh weather spells
Cameron’s chance to save the countryside’s national treasures
Saturday 7th December, 2013
PM must ensure £15 billion of public money is spent on public benefits.
High tides and strong winds close nature reserves on the East Coast
Friday 6th December, 2013
Due to strong winds and high tides overnight and today, individual Wildlife Trusts up and down the length of the East Coast continue to assess the damage which has occurred to coastal nature reserves.
Book-lovers' brown hares sketch bonus!
Thursday 5th December, 2013
Art lovers who buy a stunning new book inspired by nature - before Sunday 15 December - will be entered into a draw to win unique artwork by sculptor Harriet Mead
UK environmental organisations urge Government to enforce bee-harming pesticide bans
Sunday 1st December, 2013
13 leading environmental organisations are today calling for the UK Government to show its commitment to reversing bee declines by fully enforcing the ban on neonicotinoid pesticides.