Here at the CRT we love Britain's wildlife, landscapes, diverse habitats and natural wonders, sadly, as the recent David Attenborough series Wild Isles programme has highlighted, our wildlife is at great peril. Read more
The Countryside Regeneration Trust protects, promotes, and regenerates our land and all life on it, by bringing people and properties together to make everyone a friend of the countryside.
With farmland wildlife in decline, small farms are struggling to survive, and the future of our wild spaces is in jeopardy, our work has become more important than ever.
Thanks to your generous donations we are able to complete exciting conservation projects on our properties.
Our current appeals support some of our big plans , from erecting towers for white storks, to extra food for birds over winter, to volunteer equipment, each one plays a vital role in the regeneration of the countryside.
Being a Friend of the CRT helps us to champion and fund the recovery of native UK farmland wildlife where it most counts - on the ground. From helping to supply our amazing volunteers with habitat management tools to educational walks and talks - join today be part of our success story.
Would you like to help wildlife and do your bit to create a landscape bursting with life? To enjoy quiet time connecting with nature to benefit your wellbeing, or to get stuck into exciting conservation projects with a friendly team? To learn new skills or develop existing ones? Whatever motivates you to consider volunteering, we’d love to have you in our team.
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How you can help
In 2022 the Countryside Regeneration Trust has achieved:
hours of wildlife surveys by Wildlife Monitors
Join our series of free online talks led by experts; from native reptiles of the UK to wildflower meadows and hazel dormice. Talks take place online at 7pm on the first Wednesday of every month from February to April.
This Mothering Sunday, give your loved one flowers with a twist; donate to help the CRT buy wildflower seeds to sow a meadow. Read more
Nature is a great lifter of spirits, and never more so than at this time of year when we’re all straining to spot the signs that the worst of winter chills, endless rain and battering storms are behind us. Read more
The extremes of weather are creating very real challenges for farmers this winter. Read about the impacts on Lark Rise Farm in Cambridgeshire. Read more
Updated Environmental Land Management Schemes show how essential it is that farming works for nature as well as food production. Read more