Environment - Projects
Evanton Community Wood
Evanton Wood is a 65 hectare woodland in the Scottish Highlands owned and managed by the community.
This transformational project works with young, homeless people across the country to create new orchards, enhance their local natural environment and improve community spaces.
The Great Fen
The Great Fen is one of the biggest habitat restoration projects in Europe.
Woodberry Wetlands is an urban wetland oasis, rich in wildlife, created around a working reservoir in north east London.
Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1
Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1 tells the untold story of Grimsby's heroic fishermen, who went out every day during the Great War not knowing if they would return.
Polli:Nation is a three-year biodiversity project, educating 28,000 children and their teachers in the UK about the range and role of pollinating insects and how to help them.
Whale Track is a first-of-its-kind smartphone app, developed by the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust, which allows anyone to submit marine mammal sightings off the west coast of Scotland.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project is one of Britain’s top visitor attractions. Visitors can take a journey through tropical and Mediterranean environments within huge domes containing plants from across the globe.
The Ecology Centre
The Ecology Centre in Fife offers environmental education, volunteering and training opportunities to people of all ages and abilities.
Back from the Brink
Back from the Brink seeks to save from extinction 20 of the UK’s most endangered animals, plants and fungi, benefiting more than 200 at-risk species
Froglife is a national charity dedicated to the conservation of native amphibians and reptiles, working tirelessly to improve landscapes, research and lives.
The Orchard Project
The Orchard Project is a charity with an ambitious plan to bring London’s ‘lost’ orchards back to life.