We restore wildlife
We create bigger, better, more joined up spaces for wildlife across the landscape; protect and manage threatened habitats and species and campaign and lobby to reduce destructive development.
We empower people of all ages
to reconnect with nature; learn about wildlife, ecology and conservation and the impact of their choices make and support communities to champion their local environment and wildlife.
We champion natural solutions
by encouraging sustainable management of natural resources; using the power of nature to improve peoples’ health and wellbeing and affirming the benefits of a healthy environment; air to breathe, water to drink, soil to grow food.
What's going on at Gwent Wildlife Trust now?
Level 3 Certificate in Leading Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training for teachers and community leaders to learn how to set up and run Forest School sessions in your…
Level 2 Assist in Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training to learn to assist a Forest School Level 3 leader.
Award in Outdoor Learning Practice
Agored Cymru Level 2 Accredited training to build confidence in planning and delivering outdoor learning.
Marshy Monday Migrating Marvels
3rd August, Come to Magor Marsh for a fun afternoon for the whole family.
Marshy Monday Butterflies and Moths
27th July, A fun afternoon for all the family at Magor Marsh Nature Reserve.
Dragons and Damsels at Beaufort Ponds
15th July, Discover the diversity of dragonflies and damselflies that live in our uplands.
Latest news and blogs
Fake News about Nature's Recovery
The Wildlife Trusts are getting a lot of media enquiries wanting evidence of nature returning while everyone has to stay at home during…
Wildlife from Home
With many of us having to stay at home, it can be more difficult to maintain a connection with nature. So thanks to a great idea from…
Read our spotter's guide to Orchids
Gwent Wildlife Trust want you to capture Hill Life Through a Lens
Dig out your camera, walking boots and bobble hat and get involved in Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Hill Life Through a Lens photography…
Gwent Wildlife Trust's Chief Executive
A personal introduction and address from our new Chief Executive, Adam Taylor
Gwent Wildlife Trust helps UK tree seed project.
Gwent Wildlife Trust has collected more than 1.3 million tree seeds and protected their future by banking them in the vaults of Kew’s…