We've been busy helping children at an Exeter primary school to plant hundreds of trees to help their local environment.
A year of loss and hope across Devon’s precious woodlands and hedgerows is the subject of a new on-line photo exhibition being launched today (Monday 26th April 2021).
A wildfire at our Bovey Heathfield nature reserve was quickly controlled - but things could have been much worse.
Government voluntary target to stop peat compost sales was missed in 2020.
The Wildlife Trusts call for an immediate end to peat sales.
Environment, conservation, animal welfare and access charities challenge Government to set a State of Nature target to make the hopeful headlines come true.
The UK has more than 4,000 beetle species and, although a handful may eat plants, many are predators, pollinators and decomposers, feeding both the soil and larger garden visitors such as birds…
Devon Wildlife Trust has announced that it is ending its tenure as the operator of the East Devon-based visitor attraction Seaton Jurassic.
A pioneering conservation project led by Devon Wildlife Trust has ended after spending five years discovering more about the lives of one of Devon’s rarest mammals.
Today’s announcement that a banned neonicotinoid will not be used on sugar beet is good news – but does not halt the risk to wildlife in future years.
Over 50 nature conservation groups have joined together to urge the Prime Minister to write the recovery of nature into the Environment Bill.