• Trust working to eradicate invasive knotweed

    Thursday 5th October, 2017

    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 funding the Trust to treat Japanese Knotweed over the next five years to try and completely remove this problem plant from the whole Drift Drinking Water Catchment.

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  • Cornwall Sustainability Awards Follow Global Trend

    Tuesday 26th September, 2017

    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 currently open for entries highlight the importance of sustainability planning to business owners. Cornwall Wildlife Trust is a keen promoter of the awards and this year is sponsoring the ‘Best Small Business’ category.

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  • Cornwall’s Communities join the ReFILL Revolution!

    Tuesday 26th September, 2017

    BeachCare, Your Shore Beach Rangers Project, Clean Cornwall and Cornwall Wildlife Trust in association with City to Sea are taking the battle against plastic waste to the next level with ReFILL Cornwall, a countywide free water refill campaign. And it is coming to a community near you, thanks to dozens of local Cornish Communities waving the ReFILL Flag!

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  • Why native mammals need YOUR help in Cornwall

    Thursday 21st September, 2017

    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 threats, and while there have been success stories, there is much still to do.

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  • New report shows worrying increase in dolphin deaths in Cornwall

    Tuesday 19th September, 2017

    A worrying increase in dolphin deaths has been observed in Cornwall in the last year, highlighted by Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s 2016 Marine Strandings Network (MSN) report which has been released today.

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  • Portuguese Man O War wash up on Cornish coast in record numbers

    Wednesday 13th September, 2017

    The strong westerly winds that have been pounding our coastlines recently have brought with them an influx of open ocean visitors to Cornwall’s north coast beaches.

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  • Giants discovered on Looe Island!

    Friday 8th September, 2017

    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.

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  • New Tree Canopy Development works with Wildlife Trust to Bring Guests Closer to Nature

    Wednesday 6th September, 2017

    An ambitious new sustainable holiday development business has joined Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Business Supporter Scheme. Hall Wood are planning unique new tree top level accommodation in a valley near Pelynt and have worked closely with the Trust from the start to ensure the scheme is as wildlife friendly as possible.

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  • Vote Power for Cornish Wildlife

    Monday 4th September, 2017

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust has been shortlisted for the M & S Energy Fund and voting is now open for a chance for them to win funding to install Solar PV which will reduce carbon and running costs to maximise funds for their important work protecting Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

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  • Back to nature with Trust gardens finale

    Friday 25th August, 2017

    A treat awaits visitors for the grand finale of Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s popular Open Gardens scheme as they visit the truly unique Tanglewood Wild Garden on Sunday 10th September and finish off another brilliant season.

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