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 Coordinating an Outdoor Curriculum
This Level 3 Agored Cymru accredited course will give you a background about modern Outdoor Learning including a review of research…
Race for Local Wildlife
Race for Local Wildlife this autumn and raise money for your favourite Gwent Wildlife Trust nature reserves. The Race for Local Wildlife…
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Level 2 Assist in Forest School
Agored Cymru accredited training for teachers, teaching assistants, volunteers and community leaders to learn to assist a Forest School…
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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…
Introducing Macro Photography - Waxcaps, Mosses and Lichens
Please note: Due to the rapidly changing Covid-19 infection rates and current Welsh Government guidelines we have…
Award in Outdoor Learning Practice
Agored Cymru Level 2 Accredited training to build confidence in planning and delivering outdoor learning.
Latest news and blogs
Hiding in plain sight - the art of camouflage
Whether to deceive their prey or to avoid becoming lunch themselves, our Senior Conservation Ecologist, Andy Karran, shows us some of…
Local Winter Wildlife
There is hope on the horizon and spring is waiting in the wings. However, at the time of writing we are back in lockdown, it is cold…
Reed between the lines
Our Senior Conservation Ecologist, Andy Karran, tells us more about a transitional habitat which is an important place for all kinds of…
Exploring Bridewell Common
Lowri Watkins, our Conservation Monitoring Officer, brings us an update on our newest nature reserve - Bridewell Common.
A Guide to Finches
Winter may seem emptier after the summer migrants have left us but thankfully we have residents that stay with us all year round to…
Create a Winter Wonderland for Wildlife
Our Senior Conservation Ecologist Andy Karran gives ten top tips to help wildlife in your garden this winter.