Public access to green spaces and the ability to connect communities with the natural world continues to be not just invaluable but critical, as we emerge from the pandemic.
The food choices we make directly impact our own health and that of the planet, but the farming sector is undergoing significant change, with impacts coming from many angles.
From listening to birdsong, to walks in the woods with friends, getting out in nature – for just 2 hours a week – has proven benefits for our physical and…
As we enter our 40th year, it has never been more critical to provide access to green space and to engage more people deeply with nature – both for our own wellbeing and to inspire action to protect the natural world for the future.
Cllr Jo Robb, Chair of South Oxfordshire District Council, joined up with Earth Trust as one of her chosen charities for 2021.
Earth Trust are delighted to have won the Award for Most Innovative and Sustainable Initiative of the Year at the OxPropFest Awards, in recognition of our innovative new build – Earth Lab.
Guest blog from The Hurst Water Meadow Trust
Return of annual Rose Ceremony celebrations on 24 June
Volunteers are the lifeblood and the backbone of Earth Trust, helping to champion for better access to wildlife-rich green spaces. So, this Volunteers’ Week we’re celebrating what our volunteers do every week of the year for all of us.
Project construction information, Spring-Summer 2021
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