Practical Conservation Task Volunteer
If you are interested in volunteering to help wildlife and biodiversity of Milton Keynes, then this is the role for you.
Join our group tasks and practical volunteer team in helping to create new and improved habitats for the fantastic wildlife we have in our parks and reserves. Typically we organise three tasks per month, every first and third Wednesday and second Saturday to give everyone the opportunity to take part.
These group tasks are open to anyone over 18 or those who are 16 and in college studying landscape or countryside management.
Our Practical Conservation tasks are organised and supervised by a member of staff covering a wide range of activities:
- scrub bashing
- hedge laying in the autumn and winter
- pond work
- planting in the spring/summer
- construction jobs
- invasive species control and painting in the summer
- Grassland Management
The tasks are planned on a quarterly basis and you will be kept informed of these by the volunteers newsletter, email and on the Volunteers secured section of our website.
For more information you can read our Biodiversity Action Plan here
To register your interest, please complete our online registration form by clicking here.