If you enjoy the outdoors, want to learn new skills, meet new people and be part of our team, why not get involved with your local forest today?
We have a wide range of opportunities across England you can get stuck into, like practical conservation, maintenance of walking and mountain bike trails and vegetation management.
But if these aren’t for you, how about helping out at our visitor centres, meeting and greeting visitors, helping to lead events, doing wildlife surveys or answering enquiries in the office?
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Volunteers needed at Bedgebury!
Join Bedgebury Pinetum’s new habitat monitoring and conservation volunteer group who will meet and work once a week. Established as part of the legacy of the Big Forest Find, the ‘Tuesday Group’ will help monitor flora, fauna and native habitats as well as undertaking essential practical conservation tasks across the Pinetum.
There are lots of other volunteer opportunities at Bedgebury. Meet new people and provide a warm welcome to the site as a visitor experience volunteer or get stuck in and help maintain our internationally renowned conifer collection as one of our practical conservation volunteers. There are opportunities for everyone to get involved in!