Kent Wildlife Trust has begun an exciting new project to bring back our traditional hay meadows, which have declined nationally by 97% since the 1940s.
On the occasion of Sir David Attenborough’s 90th birthday, Kent Wildlife Trust would like to add its congratulations to Sir David for his amazing career (spanning seven decades), and his…
Our 'Painting the Town Green' project officer, Anna Morell, writes for us about the work she and her colleagues are doing to create more green space in and around Strood.
You can grow your own strawberries in even the smallest of spaces!
Our painting the town green poject is working with schools, community groups, church groups and the wider public in Strood, Luton and Weeds Wood in Medway, Milton Regis and Sittingbourne in Swale…
The 2016 Wildlife Photography Competition is now open!
Margery Thomas is one of our fantastic volunteers and she has written a blog for us about our Hothfield Heathlands nature reserve. She spends many hours supporting our wardens to protect and…
You can support our efforts to save Kent’s Jiminy Cricket by visiting Tesco in either Deal of Dover, and put your charity token in our box.
Our hardworking volunteers, Lynne & Peter Flower, have written their second blog for Kent Wildlife Trust. This time they are focusing on our work building homes for barn owls.
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