Caring for nature at Attingham: Meet the team

Grow Your Green Roots at Attingham in 2019 and find out more about the work that takes place across the estate to protect nature, care for wildlife and use our land sustainably. Each month from February to October you can find out more from a member of the Attingham team, National Trust specialist, tenant, or partner.

A view of the river Tern with water reflections of the Park

February: Rivers and Rangers

Find out what it takes to keep Attingham’s rivers and natural environment beautiful. Follow the story of Clive, an Assistant Ranger and Fishing Bailiff at Attingham, and his experience of conservation on the Estate.

Attingham's ranger team at work on the estate installing new gates

March: Out on the estate

Find out more about nature conservation on the wider estate from Area Ranger, Colin.

A stacked pile of dead and rotting logs and branches to provide habitat

April: Land and Nature

Find out more about how we monitor nature and wildlife at Attingham.

Richard Adney's Hereford cattle on the estate at Attingham

May: Farming on the Estate

Find out about more about one of our farmers on the Attingham Estate. Richard is an arable and beef farmer, and has been farming for over 50 years.

Beekepers collecting honey from a hive at Attingham Park.

June: Bu-zz-y Bees

Find out more about bees, and beekeeping at Attingham.

The River Tern in flood at Attingham Park

July 2019: Weather and wildlife

This month hear from our Ranger, Gareth about weather and wildlife at Attingham.

A peacock buttefly at Attingham Park

August: Butterfly monitoring and more...

Find out more about some of the insect and wildlife monitoring that takes place.