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…
Upland Habitats and Plant Identification
Monday 21st June, Learn about our upland plants at Silent Valley Nature Reserve.
Beginner's Sheep Course
Fri. 11th June, Join our beginner's sheep course for a fun day out, learning how to look after sheep with a focus on wildlife…
Over the Top
Tuesday, 8th June, Starting at Bedwellty Pits, explore the diverse landscapes on a guided walk 'over the top'.
Butterflies of Gwent
Butterflies of Gwent Talk and Q&A with GWT’s Senior Ecologist, Andy Karran
Photographing Gwent's Stunning Uplands
Thurs. 27th May: Join local wildlife photographer and ecologist, Chris Hatch, to learn about how to take the best possible photos of the…
Latest news and blogs
Celebrating GWT's Volunteers during Volunteers' Week!
Volunteering takes place all around us, but we don’t always notice it or think about what goes into making it happen. As we celebrate…
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…
Strawberry Cottage Wood nature reserve
Strawberry Cottage Wood is one of GWT’s less-known reserves. But it’s our local one, just over five miles from Abergavenny. Usually, we’…
Rekindling childhood connection to nature
A guest blog from GWT Education Officer, Petra Mitchard for Mental Health Awareness Week.
Enhancing the Wye Valley Woods
A Welsh Government grant award for over £170,000 is helping our Wye Valley Woods conservation and management works.
One thing Gwent is particularly well-provided with is rivers.