Garfield Weston Foundation gives grant to kick-start our new Volunteer Programme

Countryside Restoration Trust has received a grant of £20000 to create a brand-new Volunteer Programme. Read more

New Year, New staff

A positive start to the year comes in two new, enthusiastic members to the staff team! Read more

The East-West Railway route that could devastate wildlife

The East-West Railway route that could run right through Westfield and Lark Rise Farm in Cambridgeshire. The plans could 'devastate' the farm and undo 27 years of work to build a sustainable habitat for British wildlife. Read more

16th Century sluices given a new lease of life

A project to conserve all four of the remaining Rowland Vaughan's post-medieval sluices on Turnastone Farm has been completed despite complications caused by flooding and COVID-19 restrictions. Read more

'It's The Most Wonderful Time of The Year…'  for planting more hedges

More hedges have been planted on two of our properties to restore habitats for wildlife. Read about what the volunteers on Pierrepont Farm and Mayfields Farm have been up to - despite the winter weather! Read more

Countryside Restoration Trust have been pioneering wildlife-friendly farming for 27 years

The Countryside Restoration Trust (CRT) is encouraged by the government’s Plans to deliver a better, fairer farming system in England, as announced today by George Eustice. Read more

CRT sponsored the Three Counties Farming Awards

Watch the Three Counties Farming Awards presented by Adam Henson. Farm Conservation Award sponsored by the CRT. Read more

Farmers cannot ‘OPT-OUT’ of being responsible

In an interview with Stephen Sackur on BBC World Service HARDtalk, CRT Friend, James Rebanks discusses Sustainable food in a growing world. Read more