My Wildlife Columns

 

In 2015 the East Anglian Daily Times profiled 50 community wildlife initiatives. Take a look for inspiration

Need advice about funding a community project?

Community advice

Get in touch for habitat advice, funding information, community engagement ideas and species recording tips.

Leonie Washington

Tracey Housley

Community conservation adviser

 

 

Wildlife where you live

Suffolk Wildlife Trust works with thousands of people all over the county who are making a real difference for wildlife where they live. From barn owl boxes to community woodlands, your efforts are linking up vital habitat for wildlife.  

If you'd like advice about creating a space for nature where you live visit the advice directory, download the Local Action Pack or call to speak to a conservation adviser on 01473 890089.

Download a free guide to help you get a community wildlife project off the ground:

 
 

The map below will take you to a website dedicated to community initiatives the Trust is proud to be involved with. You can create a nature scrapbook for your own local wildlife project or search for existing initiatives to get involved with.

Please take a look at our nature scrapbooks: