More than 200 volunteers headed to the Fylde Coast to take part in our annual Christmas tree planting event.
LWT conservationists are thrilled to have spotted a host of insects new to the region throughout 2018.
Conservationists have reacted with anger over a pheasant shoot on a 'fragile' nature reserve.
A new project will bring to life the diversity of plants on a Lancashire nature reserve.
Manchester is going wild - and setting the standard for cities all over the United Kingdom with our new My Wild City project.
Our Forest School project is back and raring to go, bringing nature and its benefits into urban children and teachers’ everyday lives, thanks to support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery…
A new logo will adorn the flags and banners of the Fylde Sand Dunes Project thanks to a creative design by a nine-year-old schoolgirl.
For many businesses, stepping outside is something done at lunch time or at the end of the day as a means to an end.
There was something stirring in Liverpool over the weekend – the buds of a beautiful year were starting to blossom.
Conservationists have welcomed the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework as a “positive approach” to wildlife in the county.