Tools empower people

Volunteers play a vitally important role by helping us to improve habitats to support a greater variety and abundance of wildlife on our farms. But we need to equip our inspiring volunteer teams to be able to go out into the fields and woods and make a difference. Read more

One small field

Why one small field in Cambridgeshire has been attracting so many farmland birds this autumn. Read more

Restoring our barn owl barn

In 2020, we raised £30,000 from generous donations to save the Victorian barn at Bere Marsh Farm, a nesting site for barn owls, from collapse. After the restoration of the building and new roof, we were delighted to see the beloved barn owls return to their nest box in the barn and in time their baby chicks arrived. Read more

Discovering barn owl pellets

Barn owls are an iconic species associated with the British countryside for millennia and which the CRT are helping to recover on our farms. Read more

Evergreen ivy

Ivy is an ever-present, evergreen part of a woodland ecosystem, but it's an often misunderstood plant that does a lot of good for its environment and the creatures that share it. Read more

Plants boost brook’s biodiversity

Frogs will have more shelter and bees more nectar to feed on thanks to the planting of native water plants on the banks of a brook. Read more

Spring Surveys in Herefordshire

Ruth Moss' overview and summary of the Spring surveys done at Turnastone Court farm and Awnells farm, both in Herefordshire. Read more