The North Wales Wildlife Trust is one of three partners in Wales that joined the OPAL partnership in 2014 as we expanded across the UK.
About the North Wales Wildlife Trust
The trust is the only local organisation dedicated to conserving the full range of habitats and species across North Wales for the enjoyment of people and the benefit of wildlife. Now over 50 years old, the organisation has grown and developed into an important instrument and voice for nature conservation, and for local people who care about the future of their natural environment.
The North Wales Wildlife Trust is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the whole of the UK, the Isle of Man and Alderney. The Trusts are working for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone.
North Wales WT and OPAL
The trust will focus its attention on working with schools and community groups in north-east Wales, providing opportunities to people from deprived areas.
Through our successful, orchard, wildlife gardening and churchyard projects, with local people, they have created many doorstep havens for wildlife.
The OPAL project gives the trust the opportunity to get more people involved in discovering more about their local environment, and the fascinating wildlife to be found, and giving them a greater understanding of their environment and
how it impacts upon their lives.
- Visit the North Wales Wildlife Trust website
- Learn more about the Wildlife Gardening North Wales Project