Archive of: Living Landscapes

  • Working Washlands

    Working Washlands

    How to create over 100 tonnes of flood storage in a couple of days.

  • Volunteers rock on

    Volunteers rock on

    Sussex Wildlife Trust volunteers have been working tirelessly over the past few weeks at Eridge Rocks nature reserve near Crowborough, a majestic sandstone rock outcrop set in mixed woodland.

  • Easebourne School Orchard

    Author Petra BillingsWest Weald Landscape Project OfficerEveryone loves orchards! They have so many associations. Fruit trees provide a rich and valuable food source for wildlife, from the nectar of apple blossom to the fallen apples which support winter birds like fieldfares and
  • International Skyway

    Sandwich tern and sand eel / Barry YatesAuthor Barry YatesBird migration does not just happen during the spring and autumn. All
  • Author Petra Billings Planting apple trees In an exciting partnership venture, staff from Waitrose Storrington got stuck in with wellies and spades last week helping the West Weald Landscape Projectto