Before the sun comes up, a small team armed with sticks and bags sets off with one main aim in mind - to keep the streets of Stamford tidy.
Volunteers are urged to take pride in their town and join a monthly litter pick.
The Rutland Fairtrade Forum held a Big Brew event to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight at the Methodist Church in Oakham.
Head gardner at Burghley House, Joe Whitehead, gave a talk to the Rutland Group of the Hardy Plant Society.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Rutland’s alternative vision for development has been launched at a meeting.
Maggie Bentley is a familiar face in Stamford's High Street as part of Fridays for Future.
A shop is encouraging parents to think of the environment ahead of World Book Day.
A number of environment officials were at Tallington Lakes this morning (February 26).
Natural England say they are reviewing whether dogs will be continued to be allowed at Barnack Hills and Holes after a number of sheep attacks.
'Roots, Wings and Other Things', with Adam Frost from Gardener's World was launched in September last year.
The Rutland branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England is to discuss the newly-adopted county local plan at a public meeting.