"Lincolnshire, which is considered mainly an agricultural area, puts great attention in protecting and promoting wildlife care and conservation"
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In recent years, there has been a growing awareness about the environment and wildlife and more and more charitable institutions have taken it upon themselves to care for these. Efforts are being made across the globe to protect wildlife. Even famous celebrities are taking part in these kinds of efforts.
Lincolnshire, which is considered mainly an agricultural area, puts great attention in protecting and promoting wildlife care and conservation. The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is a charitable institution dedicated to caring for the wildlife and countryside. This Wildlife Trust is one of the many wildlife trusts that cover the whole of the United Kingdom and is affiliated with the Royal Society for Nature Conservation.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust was founded in 1948 and covers the whole of Lincolnshire.
Just like other charitable organisations, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust was founded to meet certain objectives. This includes, but is not limited to, advancing and promoting conservation for the wildlife and its environment and preserving the natural beauty of the scenery. The wildlife trust also aims to encourage further research in all areas of study related to the objective mentioned above.
The organisation would like to see Lincolnshire and its neighbouring areas to be rich in wildlife that will benefit everyone living there.
With these objectives and vision in mind, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust promises to protect and safeguard the existing wildlife and create a natural environment that will have a healthy and working ecosystem. The trust would like this environment to be more adaptable to climate change.
It is also the hope of the wildlife trust to inspire more people to learn more about the natural environment and to encourage them to support flora and fauna.
In recent years, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has seen the harsh effect climate change and rising sea levels have on wildlife and their habitats. They have also seen how people have lost interest in the natural world.
If you want to make a difference and help in the preservation of the wildlife, you can do so by becoming a member of Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. There are 5 types of membership available: Individual, Joint (2 adults under one address), Family (up to 2 adults and 4 children), Wildlife Watch (children’s club – up to 4 children per family) and Concessionary (students, senior citizens and anyone who does not earn any wage).
You can also help by donating to the organisation. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust depends on the kindness and generosity of its supporters, whether a member or not. If you wish to donate regularly, then it is best to become a member.
Donations can be made online by visiting Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust website or by cheque. All cheque donations must be payable to “Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust” and sent to the Wildlife office.
Manor House Street
Telephone: 01507 526667
Fax: 01507 525732