Flooding: working with nature
Tuesday 5th January, 2016
While Shropshire has escaped the worst of the floods over the last few weeks it is essential that we keep working to resolve future flooding problems. River catchment issues are now a core part of Shropshire Wildlife Trust’s work.
Blue Business Award winners announced
Wednesday 18th November, 2015
Looking after water is one of the most essential roles in which companies can play their part in working towards a cleaner environment.
Business & nature
Monday 16th November, 2015
Investment in the natural environment reaps rewards, delegates will find out at a business breakfast in Ironbridge on Tuesday, 17th November, arranged by BESST (Business Environmental Support Scheme for Telford) and Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
Every child wild
Wednesday 4th November, 2015
Wildlife Trusts launch new campaign to make every child wild as poll reveals parents' concerns over their children's lack of contact with nature.
New corporate member announced
Friday 23rd October, 2015
We are proud to announce new corporate member, Beaumont Financial.
Nature reserve under threat
Wednesday 30th September, 2015
The integrity of one of Telford’s most special nature reserves, Granville Country Park, is under threat from a planning application to construct a temporary road through the park, to facilitate the construction of a solar farm in Muxton, Telford.
A fortune in bird food
Wednesday 19th August, 2015
A wildlife-friendly bird food grower has shared the profits of his business with the Wildlife Trusts over the last seven years, resulting in £1 million in royalties distributed among the 47 Wildlife Trusts.
Cambrian Heritage Railway work benefits local wildlife.
Thursday 13th August, 2015
In 2013, the Shropshire Wildlife Trust (SWT) was awarded a grant from WREN, which is funding work on nature reserves and wildlife sites in the Oswestry area for the next 5 years.
Dismay over pesticide decision
Friday 31st July, 2015
Shropshire Wildlife Trust’s chief executive, Colin Preston, has expressed dismay over the Government’s decision to allow the use of neonicotinoid pesticides as an emergency application for oil seed rape in four counties this autumn.
Pine marten in Shropshire!
Wednesday 15th July, 2015
First confirmed sighting of a pine marten in England for a century