1. Wessex Chalk Streams Project (WCSP)

The Wessex Chalk Streams Project (WCSP) has been going strong since 1999. Find out more... Read more

2. River Fly Monitoring

Riverfly monitors go out once a month to monitor invertebrate communities using a method developed by The Riverfly Partnership. Read more

3. Invasive Species Removal

The spread of invasive non-native plants along the River Avon and its tributaries threatens the future survival of our native plants and animals. Read more

4. Hampshire Avon - Western Arm

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is working with Wessex Water and local landowners to restore the upper reaches of the Hampshire Avon, in the western arm of the river between Devizes and Rushall. Read more

5. Hampshire Avon - Garden Meets River Edge

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is working with Natural England to help homeowners, local contractors and estate agents living and/or working within the River Avon SSSI to understand why the Hampshire Avon is so special. Read more

6. Bristol Avon - By Brook

Find out more about our PEBBLE project on the By Brook... Read more

7. Bristol Avon - River Biss

ABBA (A Better Biss Approach) - An exciting new project to re-energise river habitat conservation efforts in and around Trowbridge. Read more

8. Bristol Avon - Semington Brook and Worton Stream

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is working to engage with landowners to help to deliver a number of restoration projects along the course of the Semington Brook and Worton Stream. Read more

9. Hampshire Avon - Nadder NFM

We are working with Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust (WCSRT) and the Environment Agency on a Natural Flood Management (NFM) on the upper headwaters of the River Nadder. Read more

A gift in your will

If we don’t protect Wiltshire’s natural heritage, it could be lost forever. So, after you’ve made sure your loved ones are looked after, please consider a gift in your will to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. By pledging such a gift you will ensure a better future for wildlife in Wiltshire for years to come. Read more


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