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.
#BeesNeeds week is a campaign to help raise awareness of bees (and other pollinators), as we rely on them to pollinate most of our fruit and vegetables. But our bees are under threat, and without…
In celebration of National Meadows Day, we thought we would share some interesting facts with you on Kent and the nation’s wild meadows.
Our Marine Officer Alice Morley talks about the newly designated Marine Conservation Zones and what comes next for us here at Kent Wildlife Trust.
Zoe Rawlins shares an account of her families most recent rambles around the Kent countryside, where they enjoyed beautiful woodland walks and spectacular views across the North Downs, with a bit…
Climate change is considered to be one of the biggest long term threats to our natural environment and is one of the major challenges facing Kent Wildlife Trust as we plan for the future,…