Volunteers at Stirley Farm (credt : Matt Womersley)
If you want to help, then think about volunteering!
Volunteers are invaluable to the work of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and there are many ways that you could help out. You could:
- Be the eyes, ears and hands at the local level at your nearest Nature Reserve
- Bring specialist skills and knowledge to the Trust (although no experience necessary!)
- Help protect the habitats of special species such as water voles
- Get hands-on with managing ancient woodland or wildflower meadows
- Inspire a child who’s never pond-dipped or birdwatched before
- Help raise the money for the Trust to further our work in protecting Living Landscapes and Living Seas
If you are interested in volunteering, you can find out more on the menu on the left. Please explore our current opportunities and email email@example.com if you see something you are interested in.
"Volvox" is our volunteering newsletter : download the latest copy here
** In addition we have workdays at Thorpe Marsh each Tuesday between 8th October and 17th December. Meet at the Norwood gate on Fordstead Lane for 10am
** The workdays planned with Field Officer John Wollaston are the opposite way round to those advertised so they will be - Wednesday 4th December at Wheldrake and on Thursday 5th at Pulfin Bog.
** The workday advertised in Volvox for GRASS WOOD is actually 30th November and NOT 23rd as printed.