|| Tuesday 4th February 2014|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and its partners are delighted to announce the award of a grant of £2.7 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards The Great Heath Living Landscape project.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) welcomes the announcement from Southern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (Southern IFCA) regarding two new byelaws to protect high risk and sensitive marine habitats in Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
|| Wednesday 29th January 2014|
In February, the stormy seas and cold water temperatures make it tricky for some marine species to survive and they are often washed up dead on the beach.
Whelk eggcases by Julie Hatcher
In a bid to help wildlife, Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is asking for help to clean-up the shocking amount of litter that has been washed up onto Chesil Beach after the recent storms and high tides.
There's nothing quite like the taste of freshly baked fruit scones straight out of the oven. Todd Moffat at Taste Chesil has come up with another great recipe for us this month.
|| Thursday 9th January 2014|
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is concerned about how wildlife in Dorset will be affected by the severe winds, rain and high tides that have battered the coastline in recent weeks.
|| Tuesday 31st December 2013|
This New Year burn off some calories on a volunteering activity with Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT).
|| Thursday 19th December 2013|
The Southern Cooperative, who are valued corporate members of Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT), have enjoyed getting hands-on carrying out practical nature conservation work on DWT’s nature reserve at Upton Heath.
|| Wednesday 18th December 2013|
Pupils and staff from Poole Grammar school have shown their support to wildlife in Dorset by donating £660.84 to Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT’s) Urban Wildlink Appeal in support of DWT’s most ambitious conservation project, The Great Heath Living Landscape.
|| Friday 13th December 2013|
Wild plants and animals could disappear from Dorset’s landscape if the Prime Minister, David Cameron, fails to prioritise the environment when making key decisions on how to spend £15billion of public money.