Giving nature a voice
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has a long history of campaigning for positive change for nature and people. Find current and previous campaigns below, and help us give nature a voice.
30 by 30
This is no secret. Wildlife is disappearing at an alarming rate, but there is still hope. The Wildlife Trusts are calling for at least 30% of our land and sea to be connected and protected for nature’s recovery by 2030. Making more space for nature to become abundant once again will give our struggling wildlife the chance to recover and also restore beautiful wild places.
30% is the bare minimum that nature needs to start recovering but we are far short of this and need your help to turn things around...
Action for Insects
The UK's insect populations are in trouble: 41% face extinction. To save them, we need to act quickly. The Wildlife Trusts are calling for everyone to be insect champions and for a pesticide reduction target to help them recover.
Find out how you can help insects by downloading our free guide showing you how you can take action at home, in your garden and in your community.
30 Days Wild
30 Days Wild might have come to a close, but your wild adventure doesn't have to! Find out how you can #StayWild, take a look at some inspirational Random Act of Wildness, or take a look at our #30DaysWild blogs.
If you missed out this year, fear not! You can still download your free pack.
Sadly, since we first met Badger, Ratty and friends in 1908, the UK has become one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world. The Wildlife Trusts have re-imagined Wind in the Willows in 2019, shedding light on some of the problems our wildlife faces every day. We've reached a point where our natural world is in a critical condition and needs our help to put it into recovery.
It's not too late to bring our wildlife back, but we must act now! Join the campaign and receive simple actions you can take for nature's recovery.
This year, the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust celebrated its 70 year anniversary! To celebrate, we asked for local crafters to help us create 70 bunting flags - one for each year of the Trust - which they feel represented Lincolnshire, it's wildlife, or the Trust. Take a look at their creations exhibited at Gibraltar Point, and see how we fundraised with a #BakeforWildlife!
Marine Conservation Zones
We campaigned to try and secure the designation of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones in the waters around England, and for living seas where marine wildlife thrives. Take a look at why they're worth campaigning for, and how you can show your wave of support.
Lost Words for Lincolnshire
Thank you for all your donations! We've now raised enough money to provide a copy of 'The Lost Words' by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris to every primary, junior, special AND secondary in Lincolnshire. THANK YOU!
Take a look at our page to see why this was such an important campaign.