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

The CRT supports 'Rethink Farming' campaign

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

Nature Day at COP26 is a chance to think about wildlife-friendly farming

Nature Day at COP26 (Saturday 6 November) is an opportunity to consider what careful management of our farmland could look like. Read more

#TrusteesWeek is the perfect opportunity to celebrate

The past year has been difficult for all of us, but especially those charged with making strategic decisions under immense pressure. Read more

Chancellor unveils Autumn Budget and Spending Review plans

On Wednesday 27 October, the Chancellor of the Exchequer gave the Autumn Budget statement and set out plans for Government spending over the rest of the Parliament. Read more

CRT goes pink for Wear it Pink!

CRT are donning their pink in support of one of our brave and passionate volunteer Louise Bacon, as she commemorates a year since she received her breast cancer diagnosis by cycling 365 miles. Read more

Orchard tooth fungus shows that regenerative farming works for people and nature

The rare orchard tooth fungus has fruited at Awnell’s Farm, Herefordshire. Read more

Action needed to reverse decline in farmland birds

We need an approach to agriculture that unites farming and wildlife, so that we have productive and profitable farms that also help to reverse the precipitous decline in British biodiversity. Read more

Gordon Beningfield Memorial Farm embodies Dorset Dream of wildlife-friendly farming

Babers Farm in Marshwood, Dorset, was this week unveiled as the Gordon Beningfield Memorial Farm in celebration of the late great artist’s life and vision of the Dorset Dream. Read more

Meet River the 18-month-old Labrador at the forefront of waterlife conservation in East Anglia

Waterlife Recovery East, the partnership working to protect vulnerable water wildlife in East Anglia, welcomed their latest recruit this month – River, the 18-month-old Labrador retriever. Read more

How nature can improve your wellbeing

Nature has a positive impact on mental health, here our expert explains how to get the best benefit from it. Read more

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report August 2021

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), published on Monday, establishes an unequivocal link between humanity and climate change. Read more

A successful night for Moths

A record 150 moths of 30 species were found in the moth trap at Bere Marsh Farm on Thursday 22 July 2021. Read more

Trustee Statement 8 June 2021

An update from the CRT Trustees regarding governance of the charity. Read more