Reserves Officer Fran Payne teaches us how to increase floral diversity in a meadow at Rutland Water Nature Reserve through green hay strewing.
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Conservation Officer Uta Hamzaoui talks about some of the work she has been doing with landowners in the Charnwood Forest as part of our Charnwood Forest Living Landscape project and why it is…
Weeds are overlooked and misunderstood, they brighten up our road verges, fields, parks and gardens, and benefit a whole range of wildlife. We list some of our most well known weeds and why you…
Ever wondered what conservation grazing is? Reserves Officer Fran talks us through why it is an important traditional management tool and how we us it at Rutland Water Nature Reserve.
New Trainee Reserves Officer Helena talks us through her first few weeks in the job and how she got into conservation.
As we look forward to the start of the 2020 Osprey season, we reflect on the record breaking year we had in 2019!
Conservation Officer Andy Lear talks about how we manage our woodlands and why it's important for wildlife
CEO Tim Graham looks ahead at what 2020 looks like for the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust
Senior Conservation Officer Neil Pilcher describes the impact that philanthropy has had in saving nature in Leicestershire and Rutland.