News archive - August 2013
Read the stories that were making our headlines in August 2013:
We've joined forces with the Woodland trust to purchase and restore Fingle Woods on the edge of Dartmoor in Devon.
Life has changed dramatically for one young farmer from Wales after winning the first Llyndy scholarship.
Matthew Oates has reviewed the winners and losers of the butterfly world since the 1960s while taking a look at their future in the decades ahead. He's also given us his top tips for butterfly spotting - why not try them out on one of our butterfly walks.
Sir Laurie Magnus is appointed as the new Chairman for English Heritage.
Acorn Bank in Cumbria is one of the first places to benefit from new partnership with renewable electricity supplier, Good Energy.
Completing the Bath Skyline walk burns as much energy as playing 90 minutes of football, according to new research by the University of Bath.
Research shows how an increasingly dynamic coastline could radically change the face of wildlife on our coast in the coming decades.
The UK's top 10 secret walks are revealed for the Great British Walk.