Volunteers with Countryside Management Partnerships
Countryside Management Partnerships help manage habitat and landscapes and link communities to those areas.
They provide a safe working environment, friendly faces, the opportunity to undertake training and, of course, plenty of tea and coffee.
- planting trees
- putting up fences
- keeping footpaths clear
- habitat management
- wardens for wildlife reserves
- looking after animals that are used in managing green spaces
- biological recording such as pond surveys or looking for reptiles.
If you can commit more time you could become a volunteer officer. Responsibilities could include:
- becoming an assistant to a member of staff and helping them in all aspects of their work
- helping with administrative work
- managing a specific project
- tools and maintenance (odd jobs and keeping tools in good condition).