Saturday 2nd March
Conservation is our mission
Wildlife is disappearing at an alarming rate – some are calling it the next mass extinction – and the threat of climate catastrophe is a constant worry.
The Wildlife Trusts are calling for at least 30% of our land and sea to be connected and protected for nature’s recovery by 2030. Making more space for nature to become abundant once again
As a local conservation charity we care for over 60 nature reserves across Surrey with the support of volunteers and members. We also carry out a host of wildlife conservation projects across the county and help enhance and connect key habitats for rare species.
More recently we have been expanding our reach, working with others to develop a living landscape across Surrey through the creation of a Nature Recovery Network.
A message from our CEO
Surrey Wildlife Trust has a very clear mission: to increase the diversity and abundance of native wildlife across our county. As the only organisation with a county-wide focus on that goal, we are working with a huge range of businesses, public bodies, community groups and individuals to make it happen.
We believe that the nature and climate crisis presents us all with grave threats. But it also presents an opportunity for us to do things better. From restoring and connecting our precious heathland, wetland and woodland habitats for wildlife and people to enjoy, to reducing pollution from industry and agriculture, to getting more schools involved in learning about nature, to creating more green spaces in our towns and cities, taking better care of our natural world will improve life for everyone.
Put very simply, we are a group of people who get things done for nature, and we’d like you to join us.
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