Category: Partner update

Updates from or about WA’s partners.

Forestry Commission Area Update East and East Midlands

Forestry Commission Area Update: East & East Midlands, August 2022 Funding updates and news  Promotions and campaigns  Articles and resources  Training and events  Job opportunities  Funding updates and news   England Woodland Creation Offer to transition into Local Nature Recovery scheme in 2025           The Forestry Commission has announced that from 2025, the England Woodland Creation…

By Wild Anglia August 16, 2022 Off

New Report from Green Alliance

Land of opportunity is the name of the report see above. Restoring natural habitats on the least productive agricultural land would boost wildlife, help tackle climate change & raise farming incomes without harming food security. British farmers are facing several major challenges with rising costs, the impacts of climate change and new post-Brexit trade agreements.…

By Wild Anglia August 15, 2022 Off

Fantastic Opportunity

Queens Jubilee Community Miyawaki Forest Project Have you seen our Miyawaki Forests and wanted to plant one in your local area? As part of the Queens Jubilee celebrations, we would like to support the creation of more of these fantastic fast growing ecosystems across the district. We are looking for community groups to partner with…

By Wild Anglia August 2, 2022 Off

RSPB Levelling up Blog

This is a really good summary by Carl Bunnage of the RSPB, more on their website 20 Jul 2022 RSPB Senior Policy Officer, Carl Bunnage, reflects on the Government’s new Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, and whether it will really do what it says on the tin.   Prior to Boris Johnson’s resignation, the UK…

By Wild Anglia July 27, 2022 Off

Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan published

Update from David Walton Programme Manager Suffolk Climate Change Partnership. Suffolk’s Public Sector Leaders (SPSL) have published a Climate Emergency Plan for the county. It is for use by everyone living, working and visiting Suffolk and has been developed in response to our Local Authorities’ recognition of a climate emergency. The leaders of Suffolk’s public…

By Wild Anglia July 6, 2021 Off

Buglife success

Buglife reported yesterday that the EU court of Justice rejected again the chemical company Bayer attempt to overturn the Neonicotinoid pesticide ban. Matt Shardlow on Buglifes Website made this comment below. Buglife have worked hard to make the public aware this use of Neonicotinoids is so harmful and worked very hard to influence, educate and…

By Richard Powell OBE May 7, 2021 Off

Groundwork East Get Wild

Groundwork East has launched the new ‘Get Wild’ videos! The videos are packed with outdoor activities that parents and children can do in their garden or local green space. They can be done in all weathers and are a great way of getting children to use the outdoors as a place to play and learn.…

By Richard Powell OBE May 4, 2021 Off

Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards 2016

The new Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards celebrate people who made an environmentally friendly contribution to their local area or the county in the last year. Entries are being sought from individuals, groups and organisations with a strong sustainable living or eco-friendly ethos, or groups and organisations that show they adopt a sound ecological approach to…

By Wild Anglia January 20, 2016 Off