There have been a number of very close calls with cliff slips.
We are currently looking for an experienced individual to help develop a secondary school education program for our new water vole conservation project. This individual will work as an education…
We are offering this national online course teaching the basics of plant taxonomy and field botany. The tutor will bethe BSBI’s Hon. Gen. Sec, Steve Gater.
The Trust is to create several jobs after being awarded more than £400,000 of Government funding to deliver a “landmark” conservation programme.
Discover Brightwater Landscape Partnership is inviting tenders for a Treasure Trail project and Fictional book. More details below.
Joint working between the Trust and Durham Food Bank helped wildlife craft packs reach local families for half term break
The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of upmost importance to Durham Wildlife Trust. We have been keeping a close eye on government advice in response to the Coronavirus…
Help for water voles in the North East is within touching distance with a new region-wide strategy to halt the decline and aid recovery.
Durham Wildlife Trust (DWT) as lead partner for the Discover Brightwater Landscape Partnership are looking to appoint a Communications Partner(s) to support the delivery team over the remainder of…
...and A Little Help from Our Swedish Friend, by Kirsty Pollard – Heart of Durham Conservation Officer