Step in the shoes of one of our outdoor rangers to find out what they really do all day – it’s not all bush cutting.
Bee and butterfly numbers have slumped after 2016 brought a tenth year of unsettled weather. Grass grew at an extraordinary rate - good news for farmers making hay and silage, but bad for the insects that rely on patches of bare ground to breed.
We’ve joined a coalition of organisations urging the Government to protect and enhance the natural environment during upcoming Brexit negotiations.
We look after a quarter of a million hectares of land, 775 miles of coastline, and thousands of archaeological monuments and historic buildings.
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.
Our wildlife and the lives of future generations are at risk unless we change the way we farm our land. Peter Nixon, our director of land, landscape and nature, explains why.
The coastline that surrounds the UK is a special place. With 775 miles of it under our care we want to make sure it stays that way.
The places we care for are full of energy, so as part of our commitment to sustainable power we’re finding new ways to keep the lights on.
We're working to help a new generation of children discover the outdoors.
It’s only with your support that we can look after the places that make our world a bit more special.