CRT supports Morrisons efforts to reduce food waste

Reducing food waste is an important step in tackling climate change. Read more

Trade deals must back British farmers

The Countryside Restoration Trust (CRT) is calling for post-Brexit trade deals to back British farmers by ensuring a level playing field on standards. Read more

Play the Native or Not Game Part 3

Join in our third British Wildlife Game! Just download and play as a Slideshow in Powerpoint. Have fun with your children and test your own knowledge. You may be surprised by some of the answers! Read more

MPs visit CRT farms during National Tree Week

National Tree Week is an annual celebration of trees. Read more

Anthill’s influence on grassland fungi communities at Turnastone Court Farm

Monitoring fungi is important, these surveys can reveal much about the state of the local environment and the health of other wildlife populations. Read more now! Read more

Play the Native or Not Game Part 2

Join in our British Wildlife Game! Just download and play as a Slideshow in Powerpoint. Have fun with your children and test your own knowledge. Read more

Nature makes children happy: why outdoor learning is important

Being outdoors, and being around trees especially, is good for the soul at any age, but it’s especially important for our youngsters. Read more to find out how the CRT are supporting this. Read more

Wildlife-friendly farming will help reduce the UK Red List for birds

Changing the way that we farm will help reduce the number of birds on the UK Red List and increase the populations of some of Britain's most iconic birds. Read more

Rare shrike arrives at Lark Rise Farm

A rare shrike arrived on cue at the CRT's Lark Rise Farm Read more

Play the Native or Not Game

Play our Native or Not Game! Test your British species knowledge. Appropriate for ages 5 and up! Read more

The CRT supports 'Rethink Farming' campaign

The CRT has now joined the Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN). Read more