Want to get involved?
Have a look at our current volunteering opportunities below and let us know if you are interested in any of the tasks...
Connecting Actively to Nature Volunteer
Devon Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers to help deliver weekly Tai Chi and nature walk sessions in Mincinglake Valley Park as part of the Connecting Actively to Nature project.
Practical Conservation Work Party: Meeth Quarry
Devon Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers to come and help with practical tasks throughout the year at this stunning north Devon nature reserve.
Help Devon Wildlife Trust and Buglife save the rare narrow-headed ant at its only location in the county, as part of the Back From The Brink Project. Everyone is welcome!
Practical Conservation Work Party: Andrew's Wood
Come and help Devon Wildlife Trust at this ever expanding nature reserve on every second Thursday of every month!
Practical Conservation Work Party: Woodah Farm
Come and help Devon Wildlife Trust with a range of practical tasks across this beautiful 140 acre site.
Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project Volunteers
The Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project is seeking volunteers to help out with a number of different tasks and roles.
Practical Conservation Work Party: Warleigh Point
Come and help Devon Wildlife Trust with a range of practical tasks at this glorious reserve right on the river Tamar.
Local Group Volunteers
Help our local groups with running of activities, whether this is just being a reliable helper, running guided walks or coming up with new events and taking the lead!
Help with Collection Tins
DWT has a number of collecting tins in various outlets across Devon. We need people who can service these tins, collect and bank the money and express our appreciation to the outlets that host them.
Seaton Jurassic Volunteers
Our team at Seaton Jurassic is looking for volunteers for various different roles to help with the running of the visitor centre. Roles include supporting with education work, reception, craft activities, events and gardening.
Tell us about your sighting!
We want to know about your local biodiversity and the experiences you've had getting to know it. Help Devon Biodiversity Records Centre (DBRC) collect records of wildlife and act as a central reference point about wildlife in Devon.
Practical Conservation Group Volunteers - Northern Devon Nature Improvement Area (NIA)
This group will help to deliver practical conservation works across privately owned holdings and common land, primarily as part of the Culm Grassland Natural Flood Management Project.
Marine Awareness Assistants (Full-time volunteering role)
We are looking for volunteers to assist at Wembury Marine Centre and to get involved with leading events and educational activities.
Learning and Participation Volunteer
We are looking for a volunteer to support our Learning and Participation Officer at Seaton Jurassic in building relationships with local school communities and providing learning opportunities that can be enjoyed by a broad range of people.