Wildlife Watch Day - Hunting for bugs and assorted small creatures (and big) at Ecclesall Woods
Photo by Stuart Bown
There are many ways you can get involved with our vital work, as an individual, or through your workplace, and help us protect and enhance your local environment for wildlife – and the community.
In return for their support our Members receive mailings packed full of wildlife information and news, plus free access to our events and activities; in addition, our Corporate Members benefit from the enhanced reputation that accrues to socially responsible companies, as well as being able to access environmental consultancy services, networking and marketing opportunities and staff development days.
Some people prefer simply to make a donation to support us in our work, and enable the Trust to care for the wild places they know and love.
If you can give your time, why not join the Trust as a volunteer and get involved in our conservation or education work – or learn a new skill in our offices. We have a whole host of regular and ad-hoc volunteering opportunities to choose from.
For people who’d just like to find out a bit more about the Trust and its work, and have a great day out into the bargain, we run a whole series of events, all aimed at helping people get the most out of their local environment. With fun days for children, opportunities to learn ancient skills like hedge laying or practical conservation projects, there’s an event for everyone, and all for a minimal suggested donation.