Minister on the mosslands
Sunday 19th February, 2017
Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey has given Government support to restoring England’s peatlands while visiting Little Woolden Moss.
Biodiverse Society Project - February 2017 BLOG
Friday 17th February, 2017
The Biodiverse Society Project is now in its final year; however, its aims remain the same, to develop the skills that aspiring conservationists require and provide experiences which will help support them over the course of the year. Our final set of trainees have been settling into the role since November, so here are a few introductory words about them…
Sticky fun with Myrtle on the Moss!
Tuesday 14th February, 2017
A 'dating agency' is bringing together lonely hearts keen to spread their seeds!
Christmas trees protect all coastal homes
Tuesday 31st January, 2017
Inhabitants of the Fylde Coast will be getting their annual late Chirstmas present – which protects their homes.
Tiny nurdles are killing our birds
Monday 30th January, 2017
Pollution comes in all shapes and size but even at its smallest it can prove fatal for wildlife.
North West industrial landscape to be restored to community
Tuesday 24th January, 2017
The industrial heartlands of the North West are set to be transformed thanks to National Lottery players
Super mower boost for wildlife
Saturday 21st January, 2017
A giant mower will help to clear the way for declining bird species at Brockholes nature reserve.
Totem support for wildlife
Friday 20th January, 2017
Pupils from Irlam and Cadishead High School have gone native to celebrate the mosslands on their doorstep.
Photography Bug sweeps Brockholes!
Friday 13th January, 2017
Our Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston is a photographers dream, thanks to its varied wildlife and seasonal changes. As a result it has become home to one of the most popular and high-quality monthly amateur photography competitions in the region...
Forest Schools for 2017 in Liverpool and Manchester
Thursday 12th January, 2017
We are delighted to announce that the Forest Schools project we have been running since April 2015 in Manchester will be expanding for 2017. Supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, our funding for Forest Schools sessions has been doubled to £100,000 to allow us to set up a twin project in Liverpool.