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Ash dieback is changing our woodlands and expected to affect 80% of the UK's ash trees. But all is not lost!

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Kent Wildlife Trust

Kent Wildlife Trust is the county’s leading conservation charity. We have more than 31,000 members and over 1000 registered volunteers. We manage and protect over 9000 acres of land across more than 80 different sites and nature reserves, alongside 3 visitor centres.

We work closely with local communities, landowners and partners to protect and improve habitats in the countryside, coast and town for the benefit of the wildlife and people of Kent. We are working towards creating a better, more sustainable and wilder future. Join us in creating a Wilder Kent. We can’t do it without you.

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Wilder Blean

Our groundbreaking wilding project that aims to restore the ecosystem of a renowned ancient woodland.

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Action For Insects

41% of insect species face extinction but they are vital to all terrestrial and freshwater food webs. Will you help us stop this decline?

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Have you heard of our Cromers Wood Story Trail?

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Heron on a gate at Oare, photo by Jim Higham

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