Coronavirus and volunteering
At the moment we are still running our regular practical volunteering groups in a way which keeps our volunteers as safe as possible. We are watching the Government guidance closely and are ready to suspend or amend these sessions accordingly.
Practical volunteering in the Forest
There are opportunities for people to support our woodland management work both in the week and at a weekend. Volunteers are invited to visit in small groups, with the days broken down into morning and afternoon sessions to enable as many volunteers as possible to take part.
If you are interested in finding out more, please email email@example.com
Microvolunteering offers a menu of tasks that can be done at a time that is convenient to you. You don’t need to go through an application process and don’t need to commit to regular times, or for the long term.
Many of the tasks can be done at home and include writing an article on the Forest’s biodiversity, putting together a series of posts for our social media channels, or doing some internet research to support our outdoor learning programmes. We will now also be able to offer microvolunteering tasks that can be completed in the Forest.
If you are interested in microvolunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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