Government proposals must trigger change on 70% of land.
The first transfer in the county of white-clawed crayfish has been hailed a success as the protected species is now breeding in its new location.
Sand dunes across England are set for a golden future following £4.3 million worth of funding to help restore and protect these at risk habitats.
Over 350,000 people take part in 30 Days Wild.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust welcomes possibility of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones for England's seas.
Lincoln-based Minster Surfacing has been named overall winner and best business in the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards in recognition of its work to reduce waste through recycling.
The FCC Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award 2018 was presented to St Margaret's CE Primary School
The finals of the Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award were held at the Education Centre, Whisby Nature Park, on Thursday 3 May 2018.
The Wildlife Trusts’ challenge for everyone to spend 30 Days Wild in June means people are likely to feel happier and want to care for the natural beauty around them.
Following reports in the news about the stranding of thousands of marine animals on the Yorkshire coast, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is sad to confirm that there has also been large scale…
A third of England and Wales’s threatened sand dunes have a brighter future thanks to a pioneering National Lottery funded conservation and restoration project, unveiled today.