The Wildlife Trusts
To achieve nature’s recovery, we need at least 30% of the UK’s land and sea to be connected and protected by 2030. And, with wildlife in freefall, now’s the time to act for a better, wilder future together. That’s why we’re delighted that thanks to you, we’ve raised £61,072.32 for The Wildlife Trusts.
Every penny donated will help create a wilder future with incredible projects like:
• Creating nutrient-rich wetlands to reduce flooding and create new habitats for dragonflies and water voles
• Restoring peatlands to provide homes for threatened bird species
• Planting carbon-capture marine seagrass meadows to shelter sea horses and other sea life
And much, much more! Nature has given us so much - it's now our turn to give back.
Together We Protect
We’re passionate about protecting the outdoors and believe that nature has been there for us when we needed it most. But with almost half of UK wildlife in decline, we believe it’s down to all of us to play our part in changing the future of our natural landscapes for the better. That’s why we’re proud to champion The Wildlife Trusts who are leading the way when it comes to prioritising nature’s recovery.
Who are The Wildlife Trusts?
A movement of independent charities from across the UK, The Wildlife Trusts’ vision is to create a world where land and seas are rich in wildlife and where people can experience the joy of nature in their everyday lives.
30 by 30 Project
The Wildlife Trusts are calling for 30% of our UK land and seas to be connected and protected by 2030, to ensure a thriving natural world that has the power to lock up carbon dioxide and provide clean air and water. As well as protect us from flooding and extreme weather, provide food and be a space that we can all enjoy.
“The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 by 30 campaign is the most audacious and courageous project I’ve seen in a very long time.”
Inspiration, Tips & Advice
As winter approaches and the nights draw in, it can be tempting to hang up your waterproofs and put away your walking boots. But with frosty landscapes, the magic of low winter sunlight and the promise of a warming pub fire at the end of a walk, we think there are plenty of reasons to carry on getting out and about this winter.
From multi-day family hikes to an afternoon stroll in the park, with minimal kit you can keep the whole family active and connected to nature, even on your own doorstep. Here are a few tips from the experts that’ll have them all itching to get out there and make walking fun for all the family.
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