Conservation volunteering


Practical conservation

Wendy Carter

Volunteer outdoors

Small teams of friendly volunteers regularly get together on many of our nature reserves, giving you the opportunity to help wildlife and wild places right on your doorstep.

Local to you

We have 26 conservation work parties happening across Worcestershire, with opportunities available on almost every day of the week.

From The Devil's Spittleful in the north to Tiddesley Wood in the south and from Blackhouse Wood in the west to Ipsley Alders in the east, most of our larger nature reserves have regular work parties undertaking conservation management.  Alternatively, our roving volunteer group travels the county on Tuesdays and Thursdays, offering the chance to experience different habitats and wildlife. 

You can find out what's happening where by downloading our volunteer work party timetable at the top of the page (click on the calendar button).

Whether you're looking to keep fit, get outside or make new friends why not consider joining in with our welcoming groups of volunteers?

Our volunteers get involved with all sorts of tasks from scrub control to hay-making, why not take a look at our practical conservation volunteer role profile to find out more.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have rescheduled our roving volunteer work parties. Please click on the 'calendar' link above for more information and read our Coronavirus information.

Volunteering near you

Volunteer enquiry

If you're interested in volunteering or you have a question for us, why not get in touch?

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