With January coming to a close, things are heating up at the CRT and it has never been easier to keep up to date with what’s going on!
Please read down this page to see the many different ways you can follow the CRT throughout 2017.
You can follow the CRT on Twitter @CRTbarton.
The Trust’s feed is updated regularly with news updates, pictures of wildlife and agriculture, event information and general updates.
Please feel free to tweet us questions, comments and general chat – we will always try to reply where we can!
Add the CRT on Facebook by clicking here and clicking the ‘like’ button.
As with Twitter, you will see our latest pictures, updates on our properties, current news stories and topical updates. You can also use Facebook to get in touch by posting questions, comments and general chat – we will always try to reply where we can!
Follow the CRT on Instagram by clicking here or by searching for the Countryside Restoration Trust on Instagram.
We are relatively new to Instagram and would like a few more followers, so please visit our page and follow us. In return, you will see some fantastic photographs taken by some of our photographer friends, images taken in house and some pictures lifted from our amazing archive. We will also be posting some short videos in time!
As ever, the CRT website will be the best place to read about what is going on at the Trust. With regular news stories, fundraising updates and information on all of our other farms and properties. It is also the place to find out any information about events, education and volunteering. If it’s not reported here, it’s not confirmed!
Friends of the Trust can login to their own area of the website to manage their account, renew their subscription and read digital versions of the Lark.
Read all about our Outdoor Learning Programme and the education schemes at each of our farms, as well as browsing our fact sheets and downloads. We also have some pictures for kids to download and colour in – but remember to send us some images of the finished product!
Find out all of the information you need on each of our farms and small holdings, including their history and what we have done with regards to restoration, conservation and agriculture.
Sign up to our e-newsletter to receive monthly updates direct to your inbox by visiting our website and clicking on ‘newsletter signup’ at the top of the page.
We will inform you of the latest news, summaries of everything that has been going on and information on events and fundraising. You can unsubscribe at any time.
If you prefer to have your news in a less digital format, make sure you join as a Friend, so you can receive your tri-annual copy of the Lark magazine.
With articles written by staff, trustees and partners, the Lark has become a much anticipated publication which is sent to our subscribers three times a year.Join as a Friend