Wild Staffordshire is a purpose-driven not for profit organisation committed to see a greener planet earth where living landscapes are protected, enhanced, and valued by and for everyone.
Our Mission is to achieve conservation and a rich bio-diverse landscape by committing to educating, inspiring and connecting communities to nature whilst providing bio-diverse habitats for our native species of wildlife, flora and fauna.
Our Objectives are based on the founding principles of Wild Staffordshire. These values will underpin our approach to working with everyone. Our vision is long term, and achieving it requires us to work within complex relationships involving educational institutes, local authorities, partner businesses, communities and nature.
- To be bold in our defence of living landscapes and native natural history.
- To strive to improve and invest in opportunities to enhance our communities green spaces, education institutes and living habitats.
- To be collaborative, seeking out partnerships to support our mission and take up opportunities to support outdoor learning and bio-diverse habitat management for the communities to enjoy.
- To act as advocates for nature and communities and support them wherever possible.
- To raise awareness about conservation, ecology and wildlife matters throughout the County.
Our social purpose aims to change the natural world and local communities through offering green space development support, conservation initiatives and educational services. This includes giving people the opportunity to connect with nature; helping the communities to create bio-diverse habitat green spaces; and promoting, managing and supporting native wildlife and landscape through rewilding.
Integrating our purpose, values and social initiatives delivers a firm and cohesive foundation for our company and ensures we continue to act upon our beliefs.
Over the years, the ability of our habitats to sustain life in the long term has been diminished to a point lower than any in planet earth’s lifetime. We believe that ecological and conservation efforts will allow us to see new opportunities for us to restore our lost landscapes whereby; There is an expanding network of wild forests supporting improved bio diverse habitats, A greater range of native wildlife species are thriving, including key species such as red squirrel and beaver, Extensive areas of land have been restored, Farmland is utilised better for both wildlife and eco-tourism, local communities are thriving and younger generations are reconnecting with nature.
OUR PROFITS & GREEN SPACE FUND
We want to help communities and schools to grow a greener, wilder and more bio-diverse county by supporting them to transform green spaces into wildlife havens for all ages to enjoy and benefit from.
There are many people, groups and schools across the UK who have fantastic, creative and innovative ideas that could help to improve their local spaces. Our small grant fund is designed to help turn these ideas into reality!
Our profits are dedicated to create as many bio diverse habitats through the UK as possible, and we do this by supporting local community groups and schools in offering consultation, ecology and small grant funding.
Small Grant Funding Applications will open again in Late 2019.
Make a Donation
We can’t achieve our goals without your support. There are lots of ways you can get involved by volunteering, starting a campaign or making a donation, Every little goes a huge way.
Working for a wilder Staffordshire
Wild Staffordshire is a purpose-driven social enterprise committed to see a greener planet earth where living landscapes are protected, enhanced, and valued by and for everyone.
Our Mission is To achieve conservation and a rich bio-diverse landscape by committing to educating, inspiring and connecting communities to nature whilst providing bio-diverse habitats for our native species of wildlife, flora and fauna.