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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Part of our Prisk Wood is in the running for a ‘tree’mendous Welsh title!
Once again this year, our photo competition drew some amazing entries from around the greater Gwent area.
Following the success of last year's Open Air Rooftop Cinema screening of The Greatest Showman, (pictured) Gwent Wildlife Trust have arranged a late summer series of Monday night movies at…
We're running our annual photography competition and are appealing for entries for this year’s event.
Gwent Wildlife Trust hosted their first family festival at Magor Marsh Nature Reserve called Life on Marsh, which celebrated the natural heritage of the Gwent Levels.
The event was held as…
A wildlife and heritage mini-festival to celebrate all the wildness and wonders of the Gwent Levels takes places this Saturday, (July 13) from 12pm until 6pm at Gwent Wildlife Trust’s Magor Marsh…
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.
Our wildlife and conservation primary school competition Wildlife Wizards, saw Shirenewton Primary School crowned this year’s overall champions.