England

Can American mink be eradicated from Britain? Members only

A trapping project in the East of England has the potential to eradicate invasive mink from the whole region, and perhaps beyond.

Catherine Early
Catherine Early
Conservation

The silver lining to Britain's ash dieback crisis? More deadwood. Members only

A fetish for tidiness has robbed Britain's woodlands of their deadwood. A devastating tree disease offers a chance to bring it back.

Sarah Wild
Sarah Wild
Conservation

Cows, collars and a fake wolf: How to rewild in a very human landscape Members only

On a Dorset peninsula, a massive effort is underway to restore the ecological processes of prehistory.

Daniel Shailer
Daniel Shailer
Rewilding

A Future For The Lakes Members only

What if nature had time to recover?

Inkcap Journal
Inkcap Journal
Conservation

How to save the whales Members only

For one group of volunteers, whale conservation is a hands-on task that can take place at any time and in any weather.

Melissa Hobson
Melissa Hobson
Feature

Can hedgelaying survive the 21st century? Members only

People have laid hedges since the Bronze Age – but fresh thinking is required to ensure the craft continues into the future.

Ginger Rose Clark Sophie Yeo
Feature

In grey city spaces, a greener future is growing Members only

Urban agriculture is springing up in London's wastelands. But will the city ever be able to feed itself?

Gaia Lamperti Sophie Yeo
Gaia Lamperti / Sophie Yeo
Feature

The wood and the road: my battle to save an irreplaceable ecosystem Members only

The Norwich Western Link will destroy the ancient habitats of the Wensum Valley – and make a mockery of the government's policy on biodiversity.

Iain Robinson
Iain Robinson
Essay