The Wildlife Trust works locally to make south-east Wales richer in wildlife. We manage over 30 nature reserves for everything from orchids to otters; provide advice; campaign against damaging developments; and help people enjoy and learn about their local wildlife, championing the natural environment's contributions to everyone's well-being.
Gwent Wildlife Trust has a vision of an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. We work to rebuild biodiversity and engage people with their environment. We manage land, campaign for wildlife, promote appreciation of wildlife and foster sustainable living.
Supported by more than 10,000 members and 7 local members groups, we:
- Manage 30 nature reserves – 900 acres in total – including two farms
- Conserve threatened species such as dormice and water voles
- Identify and help protect Wildlife Sites
- Fight damaging development
- Provide superb educational facilities at Magor Marsh
- Run events so people can learn more about nature
We are part of a nationwide network of 47 local Wildlife Trusts. Together we have more than 700,000 members – the Wildlife Trusts are big enough to have a real voice within local and national government. We can only be truly effective thanks to the support of everyone who cares about the environment. If you’re not already a member, please join the Trust today.
Gwent Wildlife Trust
Phone: 01600 740358
Fax: 01600 740299