• Drop the badger cull e-petition

    Tuesday 25th March, 2014

    The Wildlife Trusts are asking David Cameron, via an e-petition, to drop the Government’s failed badger cull policy and develop an alternative strategy for tackling bovine tuberculosis.

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  • Searching for our green heroes

    Thursday 27th February, 2014

    Lincolnshire Environmental Awards

    Entries are being sought for the county's most prestigious celebration of environmental excellence: The Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2014 are open for entries.

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  • Coastal Flood - nature reserve update

    Wednesday 19th February, 2014

    Mere Meadow at Gibraltar Point (George Gregory)

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  • Whisby Nature Park set to benefit from new footbridge railway crossing

    Friday 14th February, 2014

    Whisby Nature Park (Rachel Shaw)

    As part of a national programme of level crossing improvements, the railway crossing at Whisby Nature Park is due to be closed, but will be replaced with a new bridge for pedestrians and nature reserve vehicles. It will meet in full the Equalities Act 2010 specifications.

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  • A new nature reserve is being created on the Lincolnshire coast

    Thursday 30th January, 2014

    Lapwing (Geoff Trinder)

    A new nature reserve is being created on the Lincolnshire coast

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  • Coastal wildlife gets extra support

    Monday 27th January, 2014

    Saltmarsh at Gibraltar Point (Barrie Wilkinson)

    With the help of the Lincolnshire County Council, the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has been able to employ a full time Warden for the Coast and The Wash.

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  • Events at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve

    Wednesday 15th January, 2014

    Gibraltar Point (Barrie Wilkinson)

    Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre closed but many events are still going ahead.

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  • We've saved The Drift

    Thursday 9th January, 2014

    The damage caused (top) and the wildflower-rich habitat that is possible (bottom

    A precious stretch of wildflower-rich green lane called The Drift which forms part of the border between Lincolnshire and Leicestershire has been given increased protection following years of damage from off-road vehicles and can now act as a vital wildlife corridor for the future.

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  • Coastal Flood - nature reserve update

    Thursday 2nd January, 2014

    Mere Meadow at Gibraltar Point (George Gregory)

    Gibraltar Point: most paths and hides are open, visitor centre and toilets are closed. Far Ings: partially open but access is restricted. Donna Nook: seal viewing area is closed. Please take note of any signage on site.

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  • New free wonder product set to take Christmas market by storm

    Tuesday 10th December, 2013

    Muddy hands

    With just two weeks until Christmas the Wild Network has launched a brand new nature-based product in the highly competitive voucher market.

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