Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Release Impact Report

Updated: Jan 14, 2019

As one of our core #Partners, the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust play a key role in connecting and improving the county’s wildlife and wild places. In July 2018, the Trust released an Impact Report that outlines the work they have undertaken in the first year of working toward their ambitious five-year plan.

The past 12 months have seen both staff and volunteers from the Trust make a considerable impact, with more than 38,000 members; almost 500 active volunteers contributing more than 32,500 hours to conservation efforts; the championing of ‘natural solutions’ including the launch of Building with Nature and the installation of 150 leaky dams as forms of Natural Flood Management; plus, they have been working hard on the creation of bigger, better and more connected places where people and wildlife can thrive, focusing efforts on not only managing their 62 reserves in the county, covering a total of 1,088 hectares, but also linking their sites to enable better movement of wildlife between these wild spaces.

To read the full report please head to the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust website and download a copy here >>.

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