Volunteers at Stirley Farm (credt : Matt Womersley)
If you want to help, then think about volunteering!
Volunteers are at the heart of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s vision of a Living Landscape and Living Seas; where both people and nature benefit from joined up, thriving countryside, coast, and wildlife rich urban areas.
Volunteers are invaluable to our work. Volunteers can be our eyes, ears and hands at the local level where we don’t always have enough resources for staff or a permanent base. They bring specialist skills and knowledge to the Trust. Volunteer commitment and belief in our work also strengthens our profile in the local community: volunteers are often the local voice of the Trust.
Do you want to save our special species like water voles or the leatherback turtle?
..or protect an ancient woodland with bluebells and woodpeckers?
Could you inspire a child who’s never seen a frog before?
… or maybe you can help raise the money to buy and save a beautiful wildflower meadow?
On the left hand menu you can find out more, explore our current opportunities and make an enquiry
For all the latest news and a calendar of practical work days on our Nature Reserves from April - June 2013, please download the most recent copy of the YWT volunteering newsletter Volvox.
Volunteering Trainee Development Officer: Jo Meays - firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering Development Officer South and West: Cassa Townsend - email@example.com
Volunteering Development Officer North and East: Harriet Linfoot - firstname.lastname@example.org