Archive of: February, 2014

  • Working with nature, not against it

    Woods Mill flooded / Fran SouthgateAuthor Tony WhitbreadChief ExecutiveSussex Wildlife Trust urges MPs in the County to make the case to work with nature rather than fight against it in a
  • Bringing Back the Big Guys

    Author Mike Russell lynx / Tom Bech / Foter / CC BYCenturies ago, wolves, lynx and brown bears inhabited our forests, beavers would have made
  • Lucky thirteenth for some!

    Mike RussellHead of Adult Learning brent goose / Dave KilbeyA small but very intrepid band made it through the floods and general difficult conditions to get to Pagham Harbour last Thursday the 13th and
  • Flooding - Working with nature not against it

    Author Tony WhitbreadChief ExecutiveThe Wildlife Trusts around the country have, for many years, been promoting an approach to flood risk management that works with nature rather than fights against it. For our most recent 5-point plan follow this link to the Wildlife
  • 15.02.14 Eighty-nine frogs

    From Louise Holloway:"The mild wet weather seems to have been great for frogs. Our smallish pond near the Paddock in Lewes is bulging with spawn after at least 89 frogs (counted on the surface at once) chose Saturday to get together."