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The Wildlife Trusts 7m
Replying to @ruslandvalley
Attending the event doesn’t equate to support for all the policies in the manifesto - which has only just been published. We are happy to talk you on the phone if you have any questions (will DM you now) ~ Adam 2/2
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The Wildlife Trusts 10m
Replying to @ruslandvalley
Hi - we were there to support the wider message of raising awareness of the loss of UK wildlife and the need for its recovery. We were also there to meet some of our members and supporters. 1/2
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The Wildlife Trusts 39m
Summer’s lush green woodlands turn into a riot of golden yellows, blazing oranges, and deep sunset reds as the days get colder
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Ellie Brodie 2h
Anne Selby, inspiring CEO of highlighting My Place project for young people with mental health issues & how nature is helping. Through being supported to do activities like bushcraft & mindfulness, is changing young lives & saving NHS £
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Elliot Chapman-Jones 2h
A new must include the creation of Nature Recovery Maps and Plans says - very important, if we want to secure nature’s recovery we need to map nature’s recovery 🌿🍃
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The Wildlife Trusts 3h
Like us, birds like to fatten up in the autumn in preparation for those winter nights... who's got the feeders out?! 😊 🐦🐦🐦
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The Wildlife Trusts 4h
“Allow the river to build its own habitats”
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The Wildlife Trusts 4h
We’re speaking at the conference tonight about the links between environmental legislation and social equality. Follow who’ll be tweeting from the event.
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The Wildlife Trusts 6h
Replying to @sittytonfarmer
Hi John. The sign you are referring to wasn’t ours. We have replaced that photo to avoid confusion. As we use livestock for conservation grazing it’s not a sign we would have written ourselves. You can read about our work with farmers here: . Thanks ~ Adam
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The Wildlife Trusts 6h
Replying to @ruslandvalley
Hi. No - our view on future farming policy is outlined here: . We want farmers to be fairly paid for managing land in a way that benefits everyone.
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The Wildlife Trusts 6h
Replying to @ruslandvalley
And thank you very much for the support you give your Wildlife Trust with the workshops. ~ Adam
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The Wildlife Trusts 6h
Replying to @ruslandvalley
Hi. You can read about our work with farmers and views on future farming policy here: . This doesn’t contain a proposal like this. As we use livestock for conservation grazing it’s not a sign we would have written ourselves. ~ Adam
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The Wildlife Trusts 9h
Replying to @ruslandvalley
Hi - the sign you are referring to wasn't ours, so to avoid confusion we've replaced it with a different photo. Thank you ~ Adam
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The Wildlife Trusts 9h
Replying to @ElwessHerefords
Some of these issues are complex and there are a range of views on the best way to address them. In our work we always try to take an open approach informed by our experiences of what works for wildlife on the ground. We’re always open to hearing people's views ~ Adam 2/2
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The Wildlife Trusts 9h
Replying to @ElwessHerefords
Thanks for your reply. We were at the walk to support a wider message about improving things for wildlife. We weren’t the event organisers. The speakers covered a range of issues - from how to get nature education into schools to nature-friendly farming. 1/2
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The Wildlife Trusts 10h
Happy ! Here’s Sarah from talking about the importance of the UK’s chalk streams.
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The Wildlife Trusts 10h
Walking for wildlife at the - after hearing speakers talk about nature in a schools, improving diversity in conservation, nature-friendly farming & more.
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The Wildlife Trusts 10h
Here’s one of our many river restoration projects taking place around the UK. 👇🏼
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The Wildlife Trusts 10h
Replying to @Brentingbyfarm
Hi Julia - the sign you are referring to wasn't ours, but to avoid confusion we've replaced it with a different picture. You can read about our work with farmers and views on farming policy here: . Thank you ~ Adam
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Stephanie Hilborne Sep 22
There is no way that & the wider family will stand by while 1980s style road-building treats our wildlife and our hard won environmental laws with total disdain. Future generations deserve better. says it as it is on TV
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