Our nature reserves
The Grazing Links project is helping provide specialist machinery to landowners in northern Devon who have areas of Culm grassland
Our membership help us raise over £3million a year to support our conservation work around the county. Can you help?
Vision and values
The Devon Wildlife Trust has a vision of a Devon in which• Wildlife is plentiful, varied and widespread
• The future of wildlife is secure
• The benefits of wildlife are valued and enjoyed
The Devon Wildlife Trust believes that
• Wildlife is life and that, without it around us in abundance, human life is at risk
• Globally, the continued decline in the biodiversity of the planet is approaching critical proportions
• Wildlife is the tangible evidence of the health of natural systems on which all life, including human, depends
• Responsibility for those natural systems lies with those who exploit them
• The county of Devon has a global responsibility to maintain its local contribution to biodiversity and protect the health of its natural systems
• The social and economic wellbeing of the County is dependent on its natural assets, which are in decline
• The health and wellbeing of humans depends on the natural world
• Wildlife is infinitely fascinating and rewarding
Our vision, values and objectives are covered in more detail in our Manifesto.
You can also download our Devon's Living Landscapes Strategy and Devon's Living Seas Strategy pdfs.