Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife and is part of a national network of 47 local trusts working to protect wildlife.

We care for over 70 nature reserves across the county, including a mixture of valuable wildlife habitats ranging from beautiful wildflower meadows to splendid ancient woodlands.  We engage the local community through events, education and volunteering opportunities and seek to ensure our county is a healthy and wildlife rich place to live.

We are a leading voice in standing up for wildlife and the environment. Particular attention is given to positively influencing the planning process at the district, county and regional levels. We also work nationally in partnership with sister Wildlife Trusts.

Not only do we manage our own land, we also advise other landowners how to manage their land to benefit wildlife. We are always looking for new ways to secure the future of the county’s natural world and we are currently developing a range of projects that link habitats and landowners over large areas of land and seek to influence the management of whole landscapes, placing wildlife conservation at the heart of decision making.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is run by a Council of Trustees according to its Memorandum and Articles of Association. This governing document was updated at the Annual General Meeting in October 2010.

We are also a partner in the largest voluntary organisation in the UK concerned with all aspects of wildlife conservation, The Wildlife Trusts. This partnership of 47 individual Trusts manages more than 2,200 nature reserves and has more than 765,000 members.

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