Closing date: Sunday, 3rd July 2022 1 day left
WWT is embarking on a new ten-year strategy setting out the impact we want to have as an organisation. We will be adopting a bold goal that, by 2030, nature will be in recovery with abundant and diverse wildlife everywhere, and that natural processes will be creating wilder landscapes where people and nature thrive.
Critical to our ambitions of achieving 30% of land
enabling nature’s recovery by 2030 across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull is our ability to
support and enable 1in4 people to take action for wildlife through our Team Wilder initiative.
70% of the land area across our patch is used for agriculture so farmers can play a huge role
in supporting nature’s recovery and taking action for wildlife.
The agricultural sector is
going through unprecedented changes following Brexit and legislative reforms and now is the
time for us to champion regenerative agriculture and support farmers to make space for nature
whilst enabling them to still grow high quality food.
This role will play a crucial role in helping farmers, land owners and growers take action for wildlife.
About our Organisation
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust (WWT) is one of the 46 UK Wildlife Trusts. Established in 1970 we
are a grass roots organisation governed by 14 trustees elected from a membership of 25,000
people, 99% of whom live in the county, and supported by 700 active volunteers. We manage an
estate covering 1,000 hectares in Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull and no one living or
working in that area is more than 6 miles from one of our 67 nature reserves.