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Learn more about the work, values and activities of Kent Wildlife Trust
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There are numerous ways to get involved with helping wildlife and Kent Wildlife Trust. From membership to volunteering, joining in with projects to supporting our campaigns and activities.
Shy water vole, photo by Philip Petrou
Learn about Kent's wildlife and the ways you can help it thrive.
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Plan your adventures to Kent's best wild places and discover the ways you can learn about our wildlife.
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Fill your days with wild activities from Kent Wildlife Trust events and courses, to ideas for walks and family-friendly things to make and build.
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Whether through membership, donations, volunteering or leaving a gift in your will, there are so many ways you can make an incredible difference to Kent's wildlife.
The Wildlife Trusts have raised almost £8 million just six months after launching their 30 by 30 ambition to kickstart nature’s recovery across 30% of land by 2030.
Funds will buy land to…
Conservationists united in call to protect wildlife haven from theme park development
The Government has today announced that Blean Woods, the Seasalter Levels and Wraik Hill Local Nature Reserve will receive £1,884,900 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
We can only look to create a Wilder Kent and reverse the alarming declines in wildlife and their habitats with continued support from our members and donors. Every piece of land we can purchase…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13%…
Kent Wildlife Trust this week joined 12,000 people from across the UK in Westminster for historic natural environment and climate lobby with MPs outside Parliament.
30 Days Wild is almost here and we can't wait. It's not too late to sign up and join in. So why not make a little room for nature this June?
Kent Wildlife Trust has been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund. The funding will help the charity to connect people with nature through a programme hands-on activities in…
Kent Wildlife Trust has received £50,000 in funding to help restore natural habitats, insects and other wildlife around Dover Castle.
Theresa May’s speech on the environment on January 11th shows that, at last, a Government is seeing how much the environment means to the people of the UK, not least young people.