A wide range of conservation and engagement projects are delivered annually by Durham Wildlife Trust. Restoring Durham’s threatened habitats and species, and reconnecting people with the natural world around them.
To find out more about the wide benefits our project work is bringing to wildlife and communities near your please follow the links to the project pages below.
Based around conservation sites in Consett, Stanley and the Derwent Reservoir, Naturally Social aims to address individual people’s mental and physical well-being through engagement with nature.
A Durham Wildlife Trust project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund which ran from September 2016 to September 2018
Durham Wildlife Trust is very grateful to The National Lottery Heritage Fund for its generous financial support of The Natural History of Upper Teesdale project. The purpose of the project is to inform, inspire and involve the many people who live, learn or work in the area about and those who visit from near or […]
The Living Uplands project was founded to focus attention on the sixth most endangered bird in the UK, the Black Grouse.
Working with local communities and partners to conserve, enhance and celebrate the natural, industrial and cultural heritage around the Derwent Valley and surrounding areas
Involving members & volunteers in ongoing species survey work on DWT reserves.
A partnership project with Northumbrian Water to restore habitat for wildlife on a landscape scale from Derwent Reservoir to Hamsterley Forest.
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A landscape partnership surrounding the River Skerne, working to reveal and celebrate its rich heritage.