Please find our latest news as well as updates about work at a national level and with our partners.

  • A woodland missing its trees!

    Monday 28th November, 2011

    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is calling upon the people of Kirklees to lend a hand this National Tree Week to a new woodland in need of some trees.

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  • Myths about Mistletoe

    Friday 25th November, 2011

    Mistletoe

    Christmas is on its way, bringing all the traditions associated with the festive period - but why is mistletoe been linked with love and what has the robin got to do with Christmas?

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  • Hull's new nature reserves

    Thursday 24th November, 2011

    Hull now has its first official local nature reserves at Rockford Fields and Noddle Hill.

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  • A step closer to saving our seas?

    Thursday 24th November, 2011

    New conservation areas announced

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  • The Living Seas Centre video update

    Thursday 24th November, 2011

    The first in a video diary of the development of the Living Seas Centre at Flamborough.

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  • Winter Tree ID walk

    Monday 21st November, 2011

    Celebrate the start of National Tree Week at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve

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  • Willow weaving

    Friday 18th November, 2011

    Join the On the Wild Side team for a day of Willow Weaving at Stockbridge Technology Centre, Cawood.

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  • Protecting Parish Ponds!

    Friday 18th November, 2011

    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has just started the Parish Ponds Project, an exciting new venture in the East Yorkshire, Scarborough and Ryedale districts.

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  • Hidden benefits of peatlands revealed by new Inquiry

    Wednesday 16th November, 2011

    The enormous importance of our peatlands for people and wildlife was revealed today with the publication of the findings of the IUCN UK Commission of Inquiry on Peatlands.

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  • A major setback for our seas

    Tuesday 15th November, 2011

    Our seas are suffering serious damage and need protection now, according to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, in response to today’s ministerial statement on Marine Conservation Zones.

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