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Conservation Volunteer

Practical conservation activities you can get involved with run by our Parks and Countryside Rangers or by getting in touch with local volunteer groups include:

  • pond clearance, coppicing, hedge laying, scrub clearance and tree planting
  • creating new wildlife features such as hedgerows and stag beetle loggeries
  • improving access to the countryside by building and managing footpaths and footbridges
  • helping local volunteer groups with office administration, running publicity stalls, raising funds and organising events
  • surveying and monitoring wildlife and habitats

There are many reasons why people choose to volunteer:

  • to gain skills/experience to change careers or get a job
  • to support an issue that you or a member of your family have been affected by
  • to gain confidence in returning to the workplace
  • to improve confidence or self-esteem
  • to give something back to your community

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