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Apologies if you tried to visit our website this morning (Monday 12 August) and discovered that our homepage was not as it should have been. We’ve now rectified the problem and normal, safe browsing has been resumed.

While you’re here, please do take a moment to read some of our latest news stories, including the appointment of a new CEO for World Land Trust, two new Buy an Acre projects added to our portfolio, as well as an introduction to our new project to save Sarus Cranes in India.

We also have a couple of exciting events for your diary: we will be at the Birdfair at Egleton Nature Reserve, Rutland Water, from 16-18 August, celebrating 30 years of conservation with a special event on the Saturday evening. In Norwich, meanwhile, we will be hosting a photography exhibition by David Bebber (27-30 August), showcasing images from WLT projects around the world.

Full details are on our website.

 

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