Our vision is for a Herefordshire that is richer and more diverse in wildlife and that is valued, and cared for, by its people to the benefit of all.
What we do
We manage 55 Nature Reserves - that's around 530 hectares of land reserved for wildlife
We run projects within landscapes across the county restoring habitats and protecting wildlife species
- We work with children and young people in communities and schools engaging, inspiring and educating them about wildlife.
- We run events and workshops for adults and provide professional training for volunteers and trainees.
How we do it
- We are supported by almost 5,000 members from across Herefordshire and beyond.
- We are assisted in all elements of our work by a fantastic 300 volunteers!
The Wildlife Trusts
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is part of The Wildlife Trust movement. There are 47 Wildlife Trusts across the whole of the UK, the Isle of Man and Alderney. With 825,000 members The Wildlife Trusts are the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving the whole range of the UK's habitats and species.
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, along with each of the other 46 Wildlife Trusts, is an independent, autonomous charity with its own Trustees. We are a member of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT) which operates as an umbrella organisation for all 47 Wildlife Trusts and helps coordinate campaigns at a national level.