In the last 100 years our wildlife has been decimated. The places that wildlife calls home – our woods, meadows, hedges, parks and streams – are becoming smaller, cut off from each other and damaged. With fewer places to live or find food, the outlook for our wildlife is bleak.But it’s not too late to put nature into recovery. There are things we can all do to help our wildlife flourish once again.
How you can help
Join us and together we can put nature into recovery.
Become a Member of Durham Wildlife Trust and you can help us manage more land as nature reserves, deliver environmental education and give wildlife a greater voice in our area. Join us today.
Get involved in our Wilder Future events.
Keep an eye out for events on our website, which is regularly updated with any activities you could be a part of in helping nature become more flourished and wilder future.
Volunteer for wildlife where you live.
Be a wildlife champion and join our team of volunteers, from practical land management to helping us engage the next generation of nature enthusiasts, there are many ways to make a difference. Volunteer.
Could you do even more? One of the best things you can do to show your support for our wilder future campaign is to contact your MP, find out how to here.