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…
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Our Volunteers do a tremendous job and without them, Polhill Bank wouldn’t be in the state it is currently. With our plans to expand and restore 40 acres of land at Polhill, our volunteers and…
Noted local botanist Joyce Pitt recalls her memories of Polhill Bank. Joyce has worked as a volunteer for Kent Wildlife Trust for many years, including as an Honorary Warden of the reserve.
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Margery Thomas talks about a very special visit to Hothfield Heathlands from Clare Balding who came along to meet the reserve's important Konik ponies.
As a new year begins, it’s natural for us to start thinking about what we’ve achieved, and to consider our hopes for the coming months.
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Margery Thomas talks about the month of December on Hothfield Heathland.
As we wave goodbye to summer and say hello to autumn it may be assumed that it also marks the end of our Forest School programme until the spring, however this is far from the truth.
During Volunteers' Week 2017, one of our long serving volunteers Selwyn Dennis shares what volunteering means to him and looks to the future.
During Volunteers’ Week 2017 we want to take the opportunity to showcase the amazing things that our volunteers do to make Kent a better place for wildlife and for people.
Our Ashford Meadows Project Officer Camilla Blackburn shares how small sites can really make a difference to wildlife.