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PAY: Travel & accommodation expenses covered where necessary
FOR: Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust4+ meetings per year. We have recently set out an ambitious vision for the next 25 years. To help us fulfil these ambitions, we are looking for new, experienced and committed Trustees to play an essential role in the governance and development of the charity. We are seeking Trustees with skills and experience in one or more of the following areas: wetland conservation; communications and media; inspiring education and engagement. You need not have been a charity trustee before, but you will have experience of participating at a senior level. Together with the other Trustees on the Council, you will have ultimate responsibility for the strategic direction of the charity and for ensuring WWT is effectively delivering wetland conservation. You will ensure WWT complies with charity law and is well-run. ASK: For more information and to apply visit: https://c-js.co.uk/2xxLA1q
JOB: Dragonfly Recorder
BE4: N / A
FOR: British Dragonfly SocietyThe British Dragonfly Society (BDS) needs your help in protecting Britain’s Dragonflies. Join the DragonflyWatch and record Dragonflies at your local wetland sites. Your records will help the BDS monitor the health of Dragonfly populations across the county, identifying important sites, and influencing conservation action. Beginners are always welcome and advice, and support, is available to those who need it. BDS recorders are also encouraged to pursue other volunteering activities for Dragonflies, depending on their personal interests, including fundraising, engagement, research, and practical habitat management. ASK: Visit https://www.british-dragonflies.org.uk/content/get-involved
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