Work with schools – Practical activities in schools, visits to nature reserves, or giving talks and lessons. To increase awareness and understanding of nature or to make schools more sustainable
Work with young people – Providing environmental education and training for young people outside school or after they have left formal education
Volunteering – Looking after, supervising, welcoming, devising activities for, or making good use of volunteers (including student or graduate projects and placements)
Margrove Heritage Centre – Providing the centre and its grounds as a visitor centre and a base for volunteers and for education and awareness raising activities.
Activities with the public – Guided walks and talks about wildlife and the natural environment. Other activities which engage communities in our nature reserves and project sites
Providing information – Site signage and interpretation, magazines, publications, website, press releases, radio and TV, or responding to general enquiries
Advise and support other people doing wildlife projects – Support and encourage community groups in the creation, management and use of natural greenspaces, provide advice and guidance on wildlife matters to landowners, community groups and individuals