The Wild Side of Marden, September 2021
Jessica compares the late summer wildlife of the alps with the Lugg Valley.
Searching for the Missing Leech
Ice Age Ponds Trainee Kath Beasley goes on the hunt for an elusive character...
Exciting Plans at Oak Tree Farm: an update on our project
We are one step closer to creating a wildlife rich wetland at Oak Tree Farm as wetland experts '35 percent' have completed…
Invasive Non-Native Plant Species in Ponds
Meg investigates the problem of invasive species in ponds, what to look out for and how we can help.
The Wildside of Marden - Summer 2021
Wildlife sightings from in and around Marden in the Lugg Valley
News from Lugg Meadow and Hampton Meadow
Meadow Makers project to begin this autumn plus after dark bat action!
Being an Ice Age Ponds Trainee
Kath is one of our Ice Age Ponds Trainees - hear all about what she gets up to on her Traineeship as well as other volunteering she does…
How on earth did Ice Age ponds form?
Ice Age Ponds project trainee Sarah King takes a trip back in time to when great ice sheets covered the earth to discover the origins of…
The Vegetation of Ice Age Ponds
How looking at types of pond vegetation helps us to survey the condition of our Ice Age Ponds.
Wye…., oh Wye….!
Helen Stace updates on the tragic state of the River Wye and the impact on our wildlife.
What Ice Age Ponds do for Us
Rose Ellis discusses the importance of ponds in our environment - and for our own wellbeing.
Hear more about how volunteering and engaging with HWT has affected Andy's life