Volunteering and Taking Action
WCVA went wild this June to help nature and staff
This June WCVA staff took part in the Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days
Wild campaign. In this blog, WCVA's Invest in Nature Cymru Support
Officer Chloe Jenkins talks about their experiences and what
they've learnt from taking part...
Are you interested in volunteering for a new nature conservation
project across South Wales?
Get involved by answering the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Trust's 'Connecting the Dragons' project survey and you'll also be
entered into their prize draw...
Could your skills
support our natural environment? Find out in our new
Environet's new toolkit is packed full of ideas for getting
involved in environmental volunteering and celebrates fantastic
projects making a difference in Wales through people like
Does your group or organisation want to develop an environmental
Invest in Nature Cymru can help point you to resources, support
Do you want to get involved in looking after local natural
Natural Resources Wales are looking for partners to help develop
Area Statements for the protection and enhancement of Welsh
Do you want to make your organisation more
Check out our Invest in Nature Cymru webpages to understand how
you can make your organisation more resilient to issues which will
impact upon future well-being…
Help monitor wildlife with your Local Environmental Record
Do you have any flying, crawling, or hopping visitors to your
garden, park, or beach? Submit your findings online and learn more
about your wild neighbours from the LERCs...
New Resource -
Introducing the goals of the Well-being of Future Generations Act
and the Third Sector's contribution
Think the Goals of the Well-being of Future Generations Act are
only for public bodies? The third sector contributes greatly
towards the achievement of the goals and these factsheets aim to
help groups think more about their contributions in the context of
New Resource - "Recording the Natural World"
Recording the wildlife, plants, and habitats that you come across
in your garden or out and about is a great way to help protect the
natural world whilst also looking out for your own health and
The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act - New Ways of
This Act aims to create a secure, sustainable future for Wales.
But how exactly will it do that, and what - if any - are your
Volunteering - Wildlife Trust
Involving people from all sectors of society, in urban and rural
areas, is fundamental to the ethos of The Wildlife Trusts...
Want to do your bit for nature? Check out our guide to find out
Environet's 'Investing in Nature' guide demonstrates that there
are simple, cost-effective steps you can take to do your bit for
Want to go green in
You could start by reading our 5 easy ways to make your workplace
more nature friendly...
Your Responsibility for a Resilient Wales
There are simple, cost-effective steps that you can take to do
your bit for a Resilient Wales which will also save money, improve
staff and volunteer morale and contribute to healthier and vibrant