Wild Oxfordshire is a local charity which provides a co-ordinated and strategic approach to nature conservation in Oxfordshire. Through providing support and encouraging individuals, communities and organisations to work together, Wild Oxfordshire is the catalyst for solutions that benefit people and wildlife within our rich and vibrant county. Together we will ensure Nature’s Recovery in Oxfordshire.

We work in partnership with over 60 organisations and current projects include:

Winner of ‘Climate Resilience’ Award  Littlestock Brook part of Wild Oxfordshire’s  Natural Flood Management Project. This short video gives you an overview of  the project at Littlestock Brook in the Evenlode Catchment, and this video shows  Natural Flood Management in Action – watch the bunds fill in 2019.

Local Environment Groups Conference (via Zoom): 

Over a series of four webinars with guest speakers, we’ll be exploring the wonders of the hedgerow habitat – these precious corridors for wildlife. Find out more here or follow the links below to register – Tickets are FREE thanks to kind support from The Campaign For Rural England (CPRE) & Smiths of Bletchington.

Book Here: ‘Surveying Hedgerows – Why & How‘ by Megan Gimber (Peoples Trust for Endangered Species) Wednesday 10th November, 7.30pm – 8.45pm

Book Here: ‘Hedgerows – Reservoirs of Life’ by Rob Wolton (Devon Hedge Group) Wednesday 17th November, 7.30pm – 8.45pm.

Book Here: Hedgerows – Laws, Rules & Regulations by Emma Marrington (CPRE) Wednesday 24th November, 7.30pm – 8.45pm

Book Here: The Management Lifecycle of a Hedge by Nigel Adams. Wednesday 1st December, 7.30 – 8.45pm

Support Us

You can support us for  FREE simply by doing your online shopping through Give As you Live – it’s quick, easy, has all the shops and a small % goes to Wild Oxfordshire.

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