Youth Rangers

For 16 to 25 year olds

We have one group so come and join us as a volunteer at one or more sessions for practical conservation work at various green spaces. The aim is to help improve these areas for wildlife (and people) while having fun, learning new skills, gaining valuable experience and enhancing job and other volunteering prospects. No experience necessary. Everybody is very welcome.

Typical tasks: Activities may include coppicing, hedge planting, green woodworking, food growing and composting, meadow planting, surveying and monitoring wildlife, pond maintenance, bird/bat boxes, orchard maintenance, scrub clearance, maintaining Forest School sites, basic bushcraft and more.

Watch this video to see what Sussex Wildlife Trust Youth Rangers do

Crawley Group

Where: Tilgate Park, Crawley, RH10 5PQ

Day & Time: Wednesdays twice a month during term time, from 10.00 – 14.00.

Looking for a chance to get some voluntary experience in the environmental sector? Why not join Youth Rangers. If you are interested in wildlife this group is for you. Youth Rangers carry out conservation work in and around Crawley. We provide a broad range of activities and conservation tasks to get involved with, including: identification, surveying and monitoring of wildlife; habitat management such as coppicing, scrub clearance, hedgerow planting; wildlife gardening; safe use and maintenance of hand tools; basic green wood working and bushcraft. 

Please contact Tamara to register or for a chat about your interest in joining.

Contact: Tamara Jewell, Community Project Officer, click here to email 

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