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 Millennium Seed Bank.
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In response to today’s People's Trust for Endangered Species State of Britain’s Dormice 2019 report, Gwent Wildlife Trust's Conservation Monitoring Officer Lowri Watkins explains more…
In response to the State of Nature report 2019 release, Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Acting Chief Executive Gemma Bodé said: “The State of Nature Report 2019 provides extensive evidence for what we,…
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.
Hugh Gregory is a 61-year-old IT contractor. For the past 30 years he has been a carer for his wife Denise who suffers from chronic depression and physical disabilities. Caring for anyone is hard…
We have launched a fundraising appeal to create a new nature reserve within Wales’ biodiversity equivalent of the Amazon rainforest - the Gwent Levels.
Protecting the future of Gwent’s trees at Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank
Gwent Wildlife Trust's protected nature reserve at Barecroft Common has been damaged by M4 survey work before a decision on the motorway has even been made.