Working for Lincolnshire's wildlife, wild places and people
The Trust has worked for over 70 years protecting wildlife and wild places, and educating, influencing and empowering people. We manage almost 100 of the best sites for wildlife in Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North-East Lincolnshire. Our work is helping to secure the future of many important habitats and species, which might otherwise be lost.
We see the future of wildlife conservation as a Living Landscape and a Living Sea - by identifying key areas to protect for wildlife, improving and joining them up across the county in partnership with other landowners we can create an inspiring, accessible landscape that will lead us closer to reaching our vision of a wildlife-rich county.
Caring for wild places
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust manages almost 100 nature reserves and even more wild spaces. We restore, recreate and reconnect wildlife-rich spaces by working with local communities, land owners, local authorities and other organisations. By working together we can create inter-connected habitats, allowing wildlife to move more freely.
We want to inspire an interest in the natural world by providing opportunities for everyone to learn about and have access to wildlife and wild places.
Every year we help hundreds of children to find nature and increase their confidence outdoors through family activities, regular children’s nature groups and school outreach sessions. We want children to go home with leaves in their hair, dirt on their hands and a little bit of nature in their heart!
We also provide adult learning courses, volunteering opportunities, events for all ages, and we host local Area Groups whose volunteers' organise wildlife talks, walks and fundraising events.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Banovallum House Manor House Street Horncastle Lincolnshire LN9 5HF