Volunteering is a great way to support us. You could help us on a nature reserve, get hands on at one of our events or work in the office.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Trust's work. With your support we can significantly increase the amount we achieve for nature conservation. Have a look through our current volunteering opportunites - there's lots going on!
Cutting and raking grasslands, woodland coppicing, reedbed management and cutting back scrub are just some of the ways you can get involved on our nature reserves. Have a look at our online calendar to see what's going on near you.
Go Wild Volunteers is an exciting new project to train a team of volunteers to run a programme of community wildlife events across Hertfordshire and Middlesex. We want to give more people access to and understanding of the nature around them and to inspire more people to care for their local wildlife. Get involved here.
We have lots of other volunteering opportunities from helping out in our office to driving the Forest School minibus. Have a look at our other opportunities here.
Got a question about volunteering with the Trust? Have a look at our FAQs here.
We are always happy to hear from anyone with specific expertise, specialist knowledge or skills that could support our work. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01727 858 901 for further information about volunteering with the Trust.