Women have often been aligned with nature, but rarely in a complimentary way. This international women's day, we will have a look at how environmental issues are feminist issues...
“A wildlife-rich natural world is vital for our wellbeing and survival. We need wild places to thrive. Yet many of our systems and laws have failed the natural world. We now live in one of the…
Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is coming, and it’s coming fast. With it comes huge opportunity and significant risk. Either way, it’ll be one of the biggest changes to UK conservation funding for…
Here's a helpful guide to help you identify dabbling ducks this winter.
Christmas is a beautiful and fun-filled time however it can be harmful to wildlife and the environment. We give our top tips on having an eco-Christmas this year!
We will support businesses and further influence how commercial and development work can embody the principles of Kent Wildlife Trust.
Autumn is one of our favourite seasons at Forest School, we love the golden crunchy leaves and clear blue skies.
The Queen’s Speech commits to a new Environment Bill but we need to see measures taken right away.
Our natural world is in crisis. We're losing our precious wild natural spaces, plants and animals at a terrifying rate.
As the temperature is set to rise during this heat wave, here are a few tips to help the wildlife in the hot weather.