Kent Wildlife TrustAcronym: KWT
Kent Wildlife Trust is one of the largest of the 47 Wildlife Trusts, which together make up the Wildlife Trusts’ Partnership. We are supported by our 31,000 members and governed as a member-led charity. We have the simple aim of protecting Kent’s wildlife for the future - on land and at sea. To this end, we campaign and lobby politicians, decision makers and landowners to ensure site protection and good habitat management; we own or manage 64 nature reserves covering 7,500 acres; and we run a full programme of education work with schools, colleges and adult groups. The Trust operates from its headquarters at Tyland Barn, just north of Maidstone. The 75 professional and support staff work within five sections of Reserves; Conservation, Policy, & Evidence; People Engagement; Marketing & Membership and Finance & Support Services. The Trust also has five Visitor Centres.
- Biological survey of the intertidal chalk reefs between Folkestone Warren and Kingsdown, Kent 2009-2011
This dataset consists of intertidal species and habitat records collected during a professional survey of the full extent of intertidal chalk to either side of Dover (between Folkestone in the south and Deal in the north)...
- Kent Wildlife Trust Shoresearch Intertidal Survey 2004 onwards
This dataset consists of intertidal habitat and species records made by Kent Wildlife Trust and its trained Shoresearch volunteer surveyors. The data collection follows Kent Wildlife Trust's Shoresearch survey methods which range from walkover biodiversity surveys to transect and quadrat surveys, with species abundance normally recorded using the semi-quantitative SACFOR scale...
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