The partnership includes funding projects, volunteering, and providing services to protect wildlife in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
April Turner, 19 April, 2023
We are all responsible to bring wildlife back and to create a society where people and nature all live in harmony. A life without wildlife will impact ecosystems, food and climate change, to put it simply humans will not survive without nature. Simple actions like planting wildflowers, creating wildlife highways, avoiding pesticides/chemicals in the garden and signing petitions to seek governmental support in protecting wildlife are some steps we can take.
With that in mind, we are excited to announce we’ve partnered with the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust in 2023 to support them in their mission to help protect wildlife and support conservation across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Environmental and conservation issues are at the forefront of the NOSY team so it was an obvious choice to reach out to the charity to discuss how we can help the cause. We met up with the Wildlife Trust in March to discuss the partnership and came out with lots of great ideas.
We will be working with the trust to fund projects, volunteer and provide our services. We are looking forward to this partnership and supporting our local area in the conservation of habitat and wildlife.
“With over 50% of the Island protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and one of only seven places in the UK to be declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Isle of Wight has some of the most spectacular landscapes and diverse, rich habitats in the country for wildlife”
If you’re interested in what the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust does and want to support them on the journey towards a more wild future, donate here.
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NOSY is raising money for Hampshire and Isle of Wight's Wildlife Trust to help protect wildlife and improve conservation.
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