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It's no secret that we are facing interlinked nature, climate and health emergencies and we have never needed a healthy natural world more - and it in return has never needed us more. The good news is that it’s not too late to fix things and even small actions can have positive effects; but by working at scale we can make the change quicker.
Together with our supporters, members, volunteers and funders, we fight for nature's recovery across the region. We can’t do it without you. Let’s bring wildlife back together – for everyone, everywhere.
Read our latest nature blogs
Dr Cath's Nature Notes - November 2023
This month I’m rambling along the hedgerows. The pastoral landscape of England is defined by hedges – something rarely seen in the rest…
Luke Neal wins Marsh Charitable Trust's 2023 Award
Luke Neal, Technical Manager in SWT’s Land & Water team, has won the Marsh Charitable Trust’s 2023 award for Leadership and…
Celebrating our ancient holly grove for National Tree Week
In celebration of National Tree Week we explore The Hollies as winter begins to take hold. This nature reserve contains a scattered…
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Latest news from Shropshire
Green Social Prescribing project partnership celebrated
A two-year project to encourage people to access outdoor spaces to improve their overall health and wellbeing is nearing the end of its…
Devastating declines must put nature at the top of the political agenda
Shropshire Wildlife Trust give politicians five priorities to support nature recovery.
Contractors are beavering away at Shrewsbury Old River Bed for Shropshire’s beaver release trial
Shropshire Wildlife Trust can now reveal that Ainsty Timber Marketing (ATM Ltd) are starting construction of the secure enclosure that…