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Volunteering on nature reserves

The diversity and extent of Suffolk Wildlife Trust's work to protect the county's wildlife and habitats is only made possible through the commitment of over 1300 active volunteers who support all areas of our work.

surveying
hedge planting
scrub clearance

We run more than 300 practical conservation work parties each year on our nature reserves and on the Sandlings heaths. They are led by our team of Volunteer Reserve Wardens who would be delighted to welcome you along.

We rely on volunteers to maintain the reserves special wildlife interest - work parties are always an enjoyable way to do your bit for wildlife in the company of like-minded friends.

Click on the headings below for more information about work party dates and volunteer opportunities on Suffolk Wildlife Trust reserves:

Work party diary

Midweek teams

What to bring and wear

Health and safety advice

Volunteer wardens

Contact details for SWT Reserve Staff

Dedham Vale AONB & Stour Valley Project
The Dedham Vale AONB website has information about
volunteering opportunites across the Dedham Vale area.

 

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