Outdoor Learning Wales (OLW) is a national network, facilitated by Natural Resources Wales.
OLW aims to increase the understanding, appreciation and sustainable management of natural resources in relation to Wales.

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Training for School Biodiversity

Educators in South Wales joined in a range of practical outdoor learning activities focusing on improving biodiversity on the second session of a 2 day course.

Orienteering Training with Newport OLW Network Group

On a slightly damp Saturday morning in May, members of the Newport Outdoor Learning Wales network group (and some of our friendly OLW neighbours!) were joined at Charles Williams Church in Wales School in Caerleon by Ian Kennett from Gwent Outdoor Centres for a hands on British Orienteering course.

Outdoor Learning Wales June 2017

As one of the rarest orchids in the UK you have almost certainly never seen a Ghost Orchid but they have been found along the Welsh Marches so why not find out about them today?

Bridgend OLW Past and Present Project

Bridgend OLW group partnered up with Welsh Wildlife at the beautiful Parc Slip nature reserve to create a learning trail and accompanying resources about the mining heritage of the area.