Using video games to help young people connect with nature? Our green wellbeing project, Myplace, have an exciting new announcement...
The Government has bowed to pressure from the National Farmers Union and agreed to authorise the use of the highly damaging neonicotinoid thiamethoxam for the treatment of sugar beet seed in 2021…
Thanks to generous funding from Biffa Award, we're on track to make our Lunt Meadows nature reserve even better for people and wildlife in 2021.
The return of the sand lizard to the Fylde Coast is one of the highlights of the Wildlife Trusts UK Marine Review for 2020 published today.
When Anne Selby arrived at The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and Merseyside, it was based in a ramshackle shed in Cuerden Valley Park
Nature is on the road to recovery in Greater Manchester pollinated by £1.8million from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
30 by 30 is an “audacious and courageous” ambition.
Reflecting on a year of achievements in Bolton and Wyre with special thanks to the support of National Lottery's 'Reaching Communities' fund.
Our Myplace team have been hard at work, creating new opportunities for people to connect with nature.
Golden bog moss has been discovered on Lancashire's Winmarleigh Moss for the first time in 150 years!