We are thrilled to announce the acquisition of a new area of land, presenting an exciting opportunity to enhance Earth Trust’s ability to demonstrate how farming and land management at scale can contribute to health & wellbeing, nature recovery, and climate change mitigation.
The Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme is a major project, led by the Environment Agency, dedicated to reducing Oxford’s flood risk and providing wider benefits to Oxfordshire.
On 18th May, Earth Trust is bringing together the expertise of a diverse panel of industry leaders to explore what ‘Building Nature In’ to the places where people live, work and play could look like and discuss how key challenges can be overcome.
Getting out in nature and feeling a calm, connection with the wider world, is just as important to our brains as taking an afternoon nap or getting that extra hit of caffeine! Isn’t it time you treated yourself to a good walk?
Mental Health Awareness Week is happening between 9 to 15 May 2022. The official theme is ‘loneliness’ and, across the week, we are being encouraged to build meaningful connections with our friends, family, colleagues and communities.
Earth Trust has joined with more than 60 organisations to demand ‘a legal right to nature’ in upcoming Levelling Up legislation and guarantee #NatureForEveryone.
We seek a world where nature and people thrive in balance and where, as individuals, we all have a deep understanding of our environment, our place in it and our role in caring for it.
Cllr Jo Robb, Chair of South Oxfordshire District Council, joined up with Earth Trust as one of her chosen charities for 2021.
Earth Lab hosts students for the first time.
How many different and unusual views can you see as you spend time in green spaces? And, what can we all do to look after them?
This week Ian reflects on how managing green spaces well can make a difference to how much we and the environment benefit from them.