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How to get involved:
1. Join the Nature Recovery Rotherham movement by signing up below:
Please complete our sign-up form below and we will contact you with more information about Nature Recovery Rotherham and what you can do to help - thank you for your support!
2. Attend our next event
Rotherham Show - find us at our stall
You'll find us at Rotherham Show, 3-4 September. Chat to us at our stall and join in with some family-friendly activities. We will also be taking part in Dearne Valley Green Week 24 September-2 October.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening, Tuesday 14 June 2022
Guest panellists Matt Williams, founder of the Wildlife Gardening Company and Fran Halsall, Garden Services Manager at Regather in Sheffield shared simple tips for making your garden a haven for people and wildlife, and answered wildlife gardening questions.
A Wild Night in with Hugh Warwick - Hedgehogs
With hedgehog expert Hugh Warwick and Jo Wilkinson from Hedgehog Friendly Campus. It was a positive and inspiring event with lots of ideas on how to help hedgehogs in your local area. You can watch the video recording here.
Hedgehog Festival at Dearne Valley College, 2 April
Over 90 attendees learned about hedgehog friendly gardens and how you can help preserve their habitats. We were joined by guest speakers, stalls, and activities and we loved seeing everyone's pledges to take action for hedgehogs.
Why care for nature?
3. Get involved & volunteer
Whether it's helping us to spread the message or work with other locals to help a nature recovery, you are more than welcome to be a part of the working group who meet once a month.
4. Help us spread the message
Go to our Resources page here which has lots to support you in spreading the message
What actions can you take now for nature’s recovery?
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust have lots of actions and how-to guides for things you can do in your garden or local green space. Take a look.
Want to get in touch? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hedgehog – Gillian Day
Hedgehog (head on) - Paul Hobson
Lapwing –Jim Higham
Skylark - Amy Lewis
Barn Owl - Jon Hawkins
As well as a climate crisis, our wildlife is facing a critical emergency.
More than 1 in 10 of over 8,000 species assessed in the 2019 State of Nature Report are at risk of extinction – with 1 in 4 UK mammal species at threat of being lost.