Spend a day or more helping to manage an area, conserve a species, improve habitats; learn the necessary skills 'on the job' and help make a difference. All events are for one day unless otherwise specified. Also have a look at the Volunteer Opportunities or Voluntary Organisations pages.
Please remember to contact only the organisation or person specified and please mention that you saw the advert with CJS.
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Cornwall AONB - Wheal Buzzy
Cornwall AONB's Wheal Buzzy project, is all about solitary bees, conserving, increasing habitat and engagement. We will be running a number of volunteer habitat management opportunities throughout the County, the first of which is Saturday 16th February 10am - 2pm at St Ives Community Orchard.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Volunteering is at the heart of the work of the Penwith Landscape
Partnership. We run volunteer sessions to clear vegetation to uncover
some of Penwith’s archaeological treasures, restore Cornish hedges,
protect Penwith’s wildlife and improve access along trails connecting
Dartmoor National Park Authority
We aim to conserve and enhance Dartmoor as a vibrant, living, working landscape and community. We work in partnership with local and national stakeholders and support Dartmoor’s businesses and communities.
Devon Wildlife Trust
is working to make Devon a Living Landscape in which wildlife on land and in the sea is varied, plentiful and widespread. We work towards this by securing the future of key wildlife sites, promoting the sustainable use of Devon's natural resources and increasing support for wildlife.
Dorset Countryside Volunteers
A charity organising a wide range of weekend tasks throughout Dorset. We help the National Trust, Dorset Wildlife Trust, Heritage Coast, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, and more. Full details are on the website alterantively contact by text or answer-phone message on 07923 498760, or email
Dorset Wildlife Trust
offers a huge range of volunteering opportunities: office work, practical conservation, wildlife surveys, we have a volunteering opportunity for everyone. Volunteering for Dorset Wildlife Trust is an enjoyable and satisfying way of helping Dorset's wildlife.
Durlston Country Park
At Durlston Country Park & National Nature Reserve, our volunteers work along side the Rangers to manage this important site of Ancient Meadows, Woodland, Downs and Sea-cliffs, each with their own characteristics and wildlife. Volunteers can join us for a range of tasks across the Country Park.
EuCAN Dorset Midweek Volunteers
A Not-For-Profit CIC engaged in a variety of practical tasks (including hedgelaying, drystone walling, fencing, heathland restoration, habitat management and invasive species) on NNRs and SSSI's within Dorset’s AONB, and occasionally just beyond. Operated by volunteers for volunteers, we fund machinery and other courses where possible. Check for detailed worksite information on the link or or phone 07763 923545
Exmoor National Park Authority
There are lots of ways you can get involved on Exmoor! From practical conservation to research - leading guided walks to undertaking wildlife surveys. Exmoor National Park Authority offers volunteers access to support and training and the chance to develop skills. See our current volunteer roles online
PEA (Plymouth Environmental Action)
A practical conservation group organising a range of tasks in Plymouth and surrounds. These include beach cleans, coppicing, hedgelaying, and species surveys to name a few. A minibus pick-up is provided from Plymouth city centre. Full details on our website Facebook: Plymouth Environmental Action, Twitter PEA_Volunteer
Somerset Wildlife Trust
Somerset Wildlife Trust offer a range of volunteering opportunities: office work, practical conservation, wildlife surveys, engagement, across the county of Somerset.
Alongside our members and volunteers, we work year-round to protect wildlife, transform landscapes and put nature back into people’s lives.
The Sharpham Trust
An educational charity set in a stunning location near Totnes, Devon, welcomes garden volunteers and conservation volunteers work the Estate. The Trust connects people with nature and foster mindfulness and well-being through our programme of retreats, mindfulness courses, outdoor learning and the arts.