We presently run six groups that provide one-day long conservation volunteering opportunities. We provide these to you for free.
These teams work in partnership with a wide range of land managers, from local authorities and other public bodies, through to community groups, schools and private landowners. As well as tackling projects that help to protect and enhance our biodiversity, many of their activities also help to mitigate the effects of climate change, or help to improve access or interpretation of greenspaces, to enable people to enjoy them more.
Our teams carry out a wide range of activities, such as rebuilding dry-stone walls, managing woodlands, restoring heathlands, hedge-laying, improving public access (via path, step, fence, stile and boardwalk construction and maintenance), caring for community gardens, planting hedges and trees; the list is nearly endless!
Each team is based in a particular location, but can carry out projects across a wide area around these.
Berkshire Biodiversity Action Team
Based out of Reading
Based out of Reading, working along the Kennet & Avon Canal
Hampshire Biodiversity Action Team
Based out of Manor Farm County Park, near Southampton
East Sussex Biodiversity Action Team
Based out of Hastings
Action for Croydon's Environment
Based out of Croydon
Kent Wild Crew
Based out of Ashford