Volunteers’ Week is a chance to say thank you for the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering.
Out of more than 750 applicants across Europe, Kent Wildlife Trust has made it through to the final 21 contestants of the Ecover Fertilise the Future Fund. We are seeking a grant of £150,000 to…
Wildlife can recover, but we often need to give it a nudge in the right direction. Here our warden, Alison, talks about an innovative approach used at Nashenden to help diversify a previous arable…
The Wildlife Trusts and University of Derby evaluate the benefits of daily nature contact with 1,000 people over five years.
Here's a helpful guide to help you identify dabbling ducks this winter.
In celebration of National Meadows Day, we thought we would share some interesting facts with you on Kent and the nation’s wild meadows.
All of us are witnessing global political, socio-economic and environmental changes on a scale which screams at us the importance of conserving habitats and species which form the life support…
Kent Wildlife Trust successfully secured funds from Kent Community Foundation’s Little Cheyne Court Wind Farm Fund.