10.0503 Environmental Conservation Campaigns & Organisations

Alderney Wildlife Trust

Description

The Alderney Wildlife Trust aims to promote the conservation and protection of Alderney’s terrestrial and marine wildlife and associated habitats, tackling sustainability and biodiversity issues in partnership with the local government. It also promotes the conservation and protection of places of scientific interest, amenity value or natural beauty. Read more »

Location

51 Victoria Street, St. Anne, Alderney
Guernsey

Ymddiriedolaeth Natur Gogledd Cymru/ North Wales Wildlife Trust

Description

The six wildlife Trusts in Wales manage over 200 nature reserves and aim to create a better future for wildlife, campaigning on wildlife and countryside issues, and are active through WATCH groups, the junior wing of the Wildlife Trust. The Trusts also put on hundreds of wildlife walks and talks throughout Wales all year round. A registered charity.

Location

376 High Street,
Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1YE
United Kingdom

The Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland

Description

APRS is the charity which promotes the care of all of Scotland’s rural landscapes.

Our Aims
• Protect and enhance Scotland’s rural landscapes for future generations
• Promote effective planning and landscape protection systems in Scotland
• Encourage genuinely sustainable development in rural Scotland Read more »

Location

Gladstone's Land (3rd Floor),
483 Lawnmarket,
Edinburgh EH1 2NT
United Kingdom

Small Woods Association

Description

The Small Woods Association offers support and information to all those with an interest in the benefits and better management of small woodlands in the UK.

SWA is national charity, with a membership base. Members operate local netowrks which share information, and hold events to discuss issues around woodland biodiversity, access, management, use and ownership. Read more »

Location

Green Wood Centre,
Station Road, Coalbrookdale,
Telford, Shropshire TF8 7DR
United Kingdom

Reforesting Scotland

Description

Reforesting Scotland’s mission is to raise awareness of Scotland’s deforested state; to encourage ecological restoration, to bring Scotland’s damaged landscape back to health; and to help reconnect Scotland’s forests with their local communities, increasing community involvement and encouraging new opportunities for rural development. It seeks to fulfil this mission through its members, projects, promotional activities and links with other organisations.

Location

58 Shamwick Place,
Edinburgh EH2 4RT
United Kingdom
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