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…
Spring Wildlife on into May
Spring Wildlife Talk and Q&A with GWT’s Senior Ecologist, Andy Karran (4 of 4).
Mid Spring Wildlife
Spring Wildlife Talk and Q&A with GWT’s Senior Ecologist, Andy Karran (3 of 4).
Wildlife as Spring progresses
Spring Wildlife Talk and Q&A with GWT’s Senior Ecologist, Andy Karran (2 of 4).
Early Spring Wildlife
Spring Wildlife Talk and Q&A with GWT’s Senior Ecologist, Andy Karran (1 of 4).
LWS Landowner Event
This is an invitation-only event for Local Wildlife Sites Landowners. A link to join the meeting will be sent after you have booked on…
Latest news and blogs
Welsh Government's Green Recovery funding, success for Peatlands across Wales
Gwent Wildlife Trust, North Wales Wildlife Trust, Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust and the Wildlife Trust of Wales have been successful in…
Woodland Springtime Flora
After the long dreary winter, the first blooms of spring are just what we need to brighten things up. There are no better places to head…
Update on Gwent Wildlife Trust's Ash Dieback works
Our Woodland Conservation Officer Doug Lloyd gives an update on our management of diseased Ash on our nature reserves.
Know your Patch
Lockdown has meant your local area has become your world. Here Twheatear, gives a great guide on how to really appreciate and benefit…
The Wildlife Trusts explore legal challenge to Government decision to allow emergency use of neonicotinoid
Today The Wildlife Trusts’ lawyers have contacted the Environment Secretary, George Eustice to question his decision to allow the…
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…