Progress apace at the Naze
Monday 18th August, 2014
We have great news: everything is now in place for work to start on Essex Wildlife Trust’s new Education & Visitor Centre at Walton-on-the-Naze.
Belfairs and Daws Heath Living Landscape App
Tuesday 12th August, 2014
Fancy a day out enjoying the peace of the south-east Essex countryside? Discover the wildlife, the scenery and the history of the Belfairs and Daws Heath Living Landscape.
Marine Month 2014
Monday 11th August, 2014
Each year The Wildlife Trusts champion the UK's amazing sea animals and plants during National Marine Week. We are extending our celebrations throughout August and will be holding some great events at all of our visitor centres, for all ages and abilities. Come along and join Essex Wildlife Trust at a marine themed event near you.
Fingringhoe Wick Land Purchase Appeal: target surpassed
Friday 1st August, 2014
Summer 2014: we are delighted to announce that we have reached and surpassed our target to purchase the land for the wetland creation at Fingringhoe Wick. Thank you so much for all the fantastic generosity and support that has helped us achieve our goal in such quick time.
Living Landscapes Award Winners 2014
Wednesday 23rd July, 2014
Congratulations to this year's Living Landscapes award winners
Keeping it local
Monday 21st July, 2014
Local Groups have been at the heart of Essex Wildlife Trust for 40 years. Trust Chairman Mike Sandison, a stalwart of the Maldon Local Group, explains their vital role and plans for the future. Life begins and all that…
The Essex Barn Owl Conservation Project
Thursday 17th July, 2014
The Essex Barn Owl Conservation Project was established by Essex Wildlife Trust in 2013 with the aim of reversing the dramatic decline of wild Barn Owl populations recorded across Britain.
Streams of consciousness
Friday 27th June, 2014
Mark Iley, Biodiversity Co-ordinator, provides an update on Essex Wildlife Trust’s drive to improve the status of our county’s rivers.
Monday 23rd June, 2014
We had the wettest winter on record - but the number of ponds in the wider countryside has greatly decreased in the past 50 years.
Ingrebourne Valley Visitor Centre
Saturday 21st June, 2014
Update June: Progress on this project is going well and we are still aiming to start construction September’14.