We are pleased to announce our first sponsor for this year’s Lambing Festival: Larkmead Vets
Why send a bunch of roses when you could give a whole wildflower meadow?
Have you been down to Little Wittenham Wood recently? If the answer’s yes then you’ve probably noticed areas that have been cleared of vegetation alongside the main footpaths. So what’s going on?
There are exciting times ahead for Earth Trust and as such we need to expand the team. We’re recruiting for three exciting new roles.
Conservation and maintenance volunteer Mike explains why he regularly volunteers at Earth Trust in his spare time.
Rubbish was left at the Wittenham Clumps car park, and we are urging the public to help us look after these important green spaces.
A sheep was left needing stitches following an attack by a loose dog on the Earth Trust Farm and we are reminding owners to keep their dogs on leads around livestock.
Senior Warden Tim Read joined Earth Trust in May last year. Reflecting on his first six months, Tim wanted to thank all of our volunteers for their hard work and support in 2018.
Our Countryside Skills course has been running for over 20 years and we’re currently looking to expand the number of schools we work with by offering free taster sessions in 2019.
This week Sophie, our Marketing and Communications Apprentice, has been helping the Engagement Team with some educational visits to the woods… “I’m working towards a Level 4 qualification in digital…
This October we welcomed almost 400 people to the Earth Trust Centre, giving them the opportunity to experience hands-on archaeology! Earth Trust has exciting plans to improve our visitors’ experience…
This October Earth Trust hosted its first Plant Health research conference.
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