Golden bog moss has been discovered on Lancashire's Winmarleigh Moss for the first time in 150 years!
Lunt Meadows nature reserve has reopened after heavy rainfall caused the River Alt to burst its banks.
The Wildlife Trusts launch £30 million appeal to kickstart nature’s recovery across 30% of land and sea by 2030
Today The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30, a public appeal to raise £30 million to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by 2030.
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside is delighted to announce the appointment of Tom Burditt as our new Chief Executive.
A boggy, unloved field has been transformed into a ground breaking carbon farm, planting sphagnum mosses to absorb and store carbon from the atmosphere.
Do you remember the meadow where you used to watch butterflies dancing from flower to flower? Do you remember getting up early to go into the wood to listen to the birds singing heartily? Do you…
The Wildlife Trusts are angry that the Government has, again, extended its badger cull in an attempt to eradicate bovine tuberculosis in cattle.
Reforms in the Government’s White Paper, Planning for the Future will increase the threat to nature in England and do little to create better homes and communities for wildlife and people.
Volunteers have been working hard in preparation for next year’s Whalley in Bloom.
Watching wildlife from your window is a life saver and has helped people to escape from their lockdown isolation during the Coronavirus pandemic, our new report has revealed.