Beginning of February I sent a 6 page letter to several people at Suffolk Wildlife Trust. I wanted to raise some valid points and good arguments why I believe what they are doing is wrong, and unjustifiable.
I did a lot of research to be able to back up my arguments by facts. If you are interested in this cause, then reading the letter is the best way to find out why I have started this initiative.
It is important to understand what further work will be carried out and what this will mean for the Knettishall trees and the species they support.
Three locals explain why they are upset with Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Meet Henry, the Knettishall Phooking Bird and see what he has got to say about it all...
We keep hearing that we need to restore our heathland, but why is that, really? Find out about our international obligations, ambitious targets and the environmental super strategy to implement it all.
Heathland is not a natural habitat. It only exists as a result of human intervention initially (clearing of existing vegetation like woodland) and ongoing management, suppressing nature from doing what it naturally wants to do. An undertaking that is by far not as simple as we are told.
"We are only returning it to what it should be - open heath" ..
Suffolk Wildlife Trust have been saying that their work is necessary and beneficial. We take a look at their most heard claims and give our response.
Local eccentric Gossiter Gonad’s musical shaming of SWT has been an absolute hit on Facebook, and he has now made it onto Youtube!