You’ll find there are plenty of ways you can get involved and contribute to what we do. After all, without you, we could never hope to have the same impact.

Whether it’s through volunteering, partnering or donating – perhaps even joining us as part of your career journey – there are many ways you can make a valuable and rewarding contribution.

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Get involved in habitat management

It’s no secret that volunteering is a great pastime and we have plenty of opportunities to get stuck in. Learn outdoor skills from our skilled land management team, and learn to love nature even more.

It’s a great way to meet people and boost your mental health, all while giving back by looking after the outdoor spaces for you and others in your community to enjoy.

Take a look below at our upcoming volunteering days, or click the button to find out more about habitat management!

Upcoming volunteering days

Every Monday 10am – 1pm we’re at the Clowne Greenway in Bolsover, carrying out practical conservation and maintenance tasks.

Every other Wednesday from 9:30 – 1:30pm, you can join us along the Archaeological Way to learn green skills, help local wildlife and improve your physical and mental wellbeing. The work location changes and will be confirmed with you.

Every other Wednesday from 9:45, we are at the Pennine Bridleway, performing woodland tasks in the Hayfield area and beyond.

Every second Saturday of the month from 10am – 12pm we’re at Red River Local Nature Reserve in Loscoe, Derbyshire. Our friendly team of volunteers is carrying out woodland work and looking after this beautiful green space.

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You can also join us in conservation tasks and managing habitats in Amber Valley. Our volunteering opportunities take place at various sites, including:

Connecting with nature

We host a series of outdoor activities for pre-schoolers across East Midlands.

As a volunteer you can support with delivering sessions, prepping craft materials, and reading stories in the woods. This experience is great for anyone who is looking for experience in childcare, or anyone who loves to look after little ones and nature.

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Partner with us

We can’t do the amazing work we do alone. It’s why we’re always happy to partner with businesses who help facilitate our work, and enhance our impact across the region. Find out more about how we can change places and lives together.

If your business would like to work with us, please get in touch at