Our latest news stories, profiles of our experts and our views on news that we care about
In December 2015 Storm Desmond ripped through the Lake District. Thanks to our supporters we've been repairing the damage done to the landscape.
Groundbreaking technology reveals location of monks’ cemetery and new evidence of their burial rituals at Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire.
Farmer Dan Jones, his four sheepdogs and 400-strong flock will help restore rare plants on the Great Orme, North Wales.
The chance sighting of a small bird usually seen in Mongolia was a 'dream come true' for ranger Dougie Holden.
The first seal pups for 2016 have been born on the Farne Islands. Find out more about how they are faring.
The new series of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year starts on 11 October 2016. Some of the episodes were filmed at our places where you will see the artists in action.
A solar panel installation at Bodnant Garden in Wales wins us a national energy award. Made by our partner, Panasonic, these striking panels have often been mistaken for a modern art installation.
We’ve launched a new Heritage Gardening Programme so that we can offer comprehensive training across all of our gardening roles.
We've teamed up with over 50 other nature organisations to produce the latest State of Nature report which reveals that over half of UK species have declined over recent decades.
One of Britain’s most endangered mammals is returning to England’s highest freshwater lake after a fifty year absence, thanks to our rangers.
Find out about how we're developing a new model for supporting green land management.
We acquired more than 300 acres of land at Thorneythwaite Farm in Borrowdale, in the Lake District. Discover how we plan to look after this beautiful landscape for ever, for everyone.