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The nine Wildlife Trusts covering the full catchment areas of the Rivers Wye and Severn have established a partnership in order to…
Gwent Wildlife Trust join colleagues across the Wildlife Trust movement in calling on the UK Government to be world leaders on climate…
The players of the People's Postcode Lottery are helping Gwent Wildlife Trust's conservation and nature recovery efforts.
Rethink renewables: The Gwent Levels, if appropriately managed, could be an enormous carbon sink, as well as providing climate change…
We have recently made the difficult decision to exclude dogs from our Brockwells Meadows reserve. This is the second of our reserves…
Here is an insight into what the Nature Nurturers and Wildlife Warriors have been up to this autumn.
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