By harnessing the power of nature and being careful with the energy we use, the places we find special can be beautiful forever

The hydro turbine at Hafod y Llan farm in Snowdonia
The Biomass boiler at Gibson Mill, Hardcastle Crags, West Yorkshire

Our energy targets 

Our target is to generate 50 per cent of all energy we use from renewable sources by 2020. We've been successful in decommissioning oil tanks, lowering our energy costs and reducing carbon emissions.

Low water taps at Sheringham Park, Norfolk

Waste less water 

Our top water-saving tips will help you save on water use and energy bills.

Come along to one of our seed sowing events

Plant it, grow it, eat it

Growing your own tasty treats is simple and great fun. Home-grown, home-made jams, roasted potatoes and even ketchup are fantastic additions to the table.

The Salmon leap on Sudbury Water meadows


By harnessing the power of water and also being careful what we use, the places we find special can stay beautiful for longer

Solar panels, used to power lighting, on the roof of Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre, Norfolk

Good Energy 

We're working in partnership with green electricity supplier Good Energy to build an energy future that will help keep the nation’s special places fit for generations to come.


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We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work


Each year thousands of volunteers join us in caring for all the special places you love