Kent Wildlife Trust

Kent Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Kent Wildlife Trust

Our vision is a sustainable future for Kent’s wildlife and people, where nature conservation contributes to everyone’s quality of life and that of future generations.

Kent Wildlife Trust was founded in 1958 to protect the wildlife and natural habitats of the county. The Trust is now the leading conservation charity in Kent and Medway with 28,000 members and 59 nature reserves covering over 3,000 hectares of land.

As part of the national network of 47 Wildlife Trusts we are working towards A Living Landscape – our call to restore and rebuild our natural environment through a network of green spaces where wildlife can spread and flourish.

We also seek to influence farmers, landowners, local authorities and developers to consider the environmental impact of their actions and to promote a better understanding and appreciation of wildlife by engaging people of all ages and backgrounds.