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5 Jun 2019

Volunteering variety

Conservation volunteers work all over Scotland
Conservation Volunteers work all over Scotland.
At number 59 on our 100 Ways list is providing volunteers with opportunities to get involved with nature conservation in our dedicated Conservation Volunteer groups.

The National Trust for Scotland’s Conservation Volunteers work all year round to support the charity’s efforts to care for Scotland’s natural treasures. The summer season of projects has now been announced and are open to all to take part.

Becoming a Conservation Volunteer gives participants the opportunity to learn new skills, work in some of Scotland’s most beautiful locations and play their part in protecting Scotland’s national and natural treasures.

The programmes vary for each of the five groups, but activities often include removing invasive species, building animal hides or homes, and undertaking footpath maintenance. 

For full details of your local Conservation Volunteer group, visit:

Glasgow

Grampian

Highland

Lothian

Tayside

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