Suffolk is a beautiful county and its natural environment and quality of life is much treasured by people who live and work in the county. Suffolk has it all - wildlife rich woods and meadows, wild and windswept heaths and estuaries and a stunning coastline.
Suffolk's Nature Strategy was launched in May 2014. It articulates priorities for the county and conveys how the landscapes and wildlife of Suffolk are important building blocks of our economic growth and health & wellbeing. It was developed by the County Council, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, RSPB and the National Trust. Download a printable version of the strategy (PDF, 3Mb).
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Information about the disease Chalara affecting Ash trees
All you need to know to get out and enjoy Suffolk's wonderful countryside
Management and conservation of plants and animals in Suffolk's countryside
Find out how we work to manage the countryside.