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Japanese Knotweed

Trust working to eradicate invasive knotweed

Cornwall Wildlife Trust has begun work to eradicate Japanese Knotweed which can be bad news for wildlife and people alike from the Drift Reservoir Catchment in west Penwith. South West Water is…

Visitors at Open Garden

Record breaking Open Gardens season

An impressive £12,950 has been raised through the Open Gardens scheme run by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, making it an amazing record breaking year. This money will go towards the Trust’s ongoing work…

Butterfly Evening

An Evening of Butterflies

Wine, art, music and nature. Leading contemporary artist Kurt Jackson and Bordeaux’s Cornish winemaker Mark Hellyar to unveil a new Wild White Sauvignon Blanc at event in aid of Cornwall Wildlife…

Feadon Farm

Cornwall Sustainability Awards Follow Global Trend

Cornwall is once again proving its credentials as a forward thinking centre for environmentally conscious businesses by hosting the 2017 Cornwall Sustainability Awards (CSA). The awards which are…

Dormouse

Why native mammals need YOUR help in Cornwall

As another winter approaches, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has turned its attention to helping the wild mammals of woodlands, farmland, open moors, heaths and gardens. Cornwall’s wild mammals face many…

Giant Goby

Giants discovered on Looe Island!

On a recent Cornwall Wildlife Trust survey of marine life on their Looe Island Nature Reserve, marine experts were thrilled to discover a rare species lurking within the island’s rockpools.