Volunteering

Volunteering

Volunteer dead-hedging at Llyn Coed y Dinas, Welshpool © MWT/Rob Haigh

Volunteers are the life blood of the Trust

Have fun, meet new friends and learn new skills. We have a wide range opportunities available...

Become a warden

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Konik horse (Equus caballus) Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire. Grazing Warden Carol Laidlaw and Volunteer Maddy Downes (Carol in photo) conduct a daily behavioural study of the konik herd. Model Released. - Terry Whittaker/2020VISION

Become a Trustee

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Join a network of over 300 people committed to maintaining and securing the future of local wildlife and make a positive contribution to your local area and community. Some roles vary according to season and demand, most notably the overnight Osprey 'egg-watch' at Cors Dyfi; also lobbying, fundraising and translation.

You don’t need to be an expert, we have opportunities at all levels and will provide relevant guidance and training. All tools and equipment will be provided. Please let us know if you have skills or experience that you think could support our work.

If you would like to volunteer with us, download the volunteer enrolment form below and send it back to us. For more information call us on 01938 555654 or email: vols@montwt.co.uk

Volunteer enrolment form

Need more help?

Contact Jane Phillips

Volunteer Coordinator

email: vols@montwt.co.uk or call 01938 555654.

Mondays are best!

Contact Janine Pannett

Volunteer Development Officer - Dyfi Osprey Project

(if your query relates to Cors Dyfi)

email: janine@montwt.co.uk or call 01654 781414.