Skip to main content

Volunteering

Thank you for showing an interest in volunteering with Devon Wildlife Trust.

Since 2013 the Northern Devon Nature Improvement Area Project has provided a variety of opportunities for volunteers including help with practical and survey work. The work of volunteers has been an important element in the delivery of the aims and objectives of the NIA's first phase.

Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills (or refresh old ones), get out and about, meet new people, discover new places, not to mention the benefits for our native wildlife.

As the second phase of the NIA project starts to take shape there are likely to be future opportuntities for volunteers, so why not register as volunteer with Devon Wildlife Trust now? Registering means that we can keep a record of your contact details, interests and skills so that we can keep you updated with upcoming events and volunteer opportuntities as they develop.

Whatever your reason for volunteering, you can be sure your efforts will be very much appreciated and that your input will be valued. With several hundred people already volunteering for DWT generally, you will be in good company.

Devon Wildlife Trust has a dedicated Volunteer Officer, Dawn Lenn, who will be able to help with getting you started and follow up on your progress as time goes on. To regsister as a volunteer please contact Dawn at dlenn@devonwildlifetrust.org or call 01392 279244

Meanwhile, there is potential to participate with many other worthwhile activities in support of nature both as an individual (why not check out our citizen science page), or with local inititiatives that maybe taking place near you... Or why not investigate opportunities to start you own local inititiative. See our contacts page and get in touch for informal advice and support.