Organisations from across Bristol have come together to create an ambitious vision for a wildlife-rich, ecologically resilient city that works for people and wildlife.
Avon Wildlife Trust has had to reduce staff team by 20% to mitigate financial impact of coronavirus.
Avon Wildlife Trust welcomes Bath and North East Somerset Council’s Declaration of an Ecological Emergency
Bath and North East Somerset Council declared an Ecological Emergency at a Full Council meeting on Thursday 23 July.
National Lottery Heritage Fund throws lifeline of over £1 million to Wildlife Trusts during Covid-19
Avon Wildlife Trust one of fifteen Wildlife Trusts awarded emergency grants
Nation of insect champions needed to reverse insect decline
Avon Wildlife Trust and Forest of Imagination to submit a joint proposal for a Nature and Art Discovery Centre at the Entry Hill golf course in Bath
In collaboration with Forest of Imagination, Avon Wildlife Trust will submit a business proposal to BANES Council to reimagine the 10-hectare (ha) Entry Hill golf course into an intergenerational…
The Wildlife Trusts and University of Derby evaluate the benefits of daily nature contact with 1,000 people over five years
Badger culling is set to phase out the next five years as the Government sets out a new phase of their strategy to tackle bovine TB – a disease which causes devastation to farmers and their…
Avon Wildlife Trust makes the case for urgent action to tackle the ecological emergency across the region
Avon Wildlife Trust is calling on local authorities throughout the West of England to declare an ecological emergency.
The declaration of ecological emergency made jointly today by Bristol mayor, Marvin Rees and Avon Wildlife Trust Chief Executive, Ian Barrett, signals a pioneering approach to reversing the…