Our Greenest Membership Ever

Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, we’re able to bring you a completely paperless membership.

Go green, really really green, by supporting your local environment and doing it all digitally.

Select our digital membership button when you join online and we’ll send all correspondence by email, including our Wildlife Durham magazine.
Our Greenest Membership Ever

Membership starts at just £2.50 per month, that’s our minimum donation amount, but you can select how much you’d like to give, you can also opt to pay yearly for your membership. Many of our members donate £5 per month to help support our work from Tees to Tyne.

The advantage of supporting your local Wildlife Trust is that you can see the difference your contribution makes, your membership donations are spent right here, in our local patch.

Durham Wildlife Trust manages 37 nature reserves (and counting) from the Tees to the Tyne, we run conservation projects that engage people with the natural world and help protect vital species and we deliver environmental education throughout County Durham, South Tyneside, Gateshead, Sunderland and Darlington.

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What will a digital membership mean for me?

  • Digital confirmation, which includes your unique membership number, use this number to sign up for events, many of our events are free or only available to members.
  • Regular email updates, find out how your support is making a difference, get all of the latest news and events direct to your inbox.
  • 3 Editions of Wildlife Durham magazine are produced each year, a link to read the digital copy will be sent to you. Wildlife Durham magazine includes new from around the Trust, our latest projects, events, volunteering and training opportunities.
  • By joining us, you’re part of something bigger! We’re one of a federation of charities collectively known as the Wildlife Trusts, all independent and local, together we campaign nationally for nature conservation initiatives. We’ll send you updates about our national work, including our campaigns and petitions.
  • When our partners send us offers for members, we’ll send them on to you.
  • Contact us anytime by email or telephone for wildlife advice, the Trust doesn’t have a planning officer but we will always look at wildlife planning concerns raised by our members.