Gwent Wildlife Trust, the Living Levels Partnership and Wildlife Trust Wales, welcomed the new Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change to the Gwent Levels on July 1.
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New bug splatter app to reveal more about insect populations/Ap ‘sblat’ pryfed newydd yn ein helpu i ddysgu mwy am boblogaethau o bryfed
Drivers and passengers are being asked to count bugs squashed on registration plates after a journey
Gofyn i yrwyr a theithwyr gyfrif y pryfed sydd wedi’u gwasgu ar blatiau cofrestru eu…
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 emergency use of the banned neonicotinoid Thiamethoxam for sugar…
Following our long-running #NoNewM4 campaign to save the Gwent Levels, Gwent Wildlife Trust welcomes the findings of the Burns Report.
The pandemic has made us all realise how important a daily dose of nature in our lives is for our health and well-being. For many people, our time in the great outdoors has become an essential and…
Today The National Lottery Community Fund announced that nearly £3 million has been awarded to communities in Wales to tackle climate change, thanks to National Lottery players.
We're celebrating after reaching our fundraising target to buy land and create a new nature reserve on the Gwent Levels.
Part of our Prisk Wood is in the running for a ‘tree’mendous Welsh title!
More than 750 people from all over Gwent joined tens of thousands of others around the UK during The Wildlife Trust’s annual 30 Days Wild event in June.
Gwent Wildlife Trust have welcomed news that the First Minister, Mark Drakeford, has shelved plans for a new motorway over Wales’ Amazon Rainforest – The Gwent Levels.