Volunteer Ranger Assistant

The ‘Our Coast, Our Wildlife’ project is run by the National Trust Rangers based at White Lea Farm in Easington.

As a Volunteer Ranger Assistant, you will provide important help with practical habitat management along the Tyne to Tees Coast to promote and facilitate the local conservation of the coastal meadows, slopes and cliffs in order to promote the rich and diverse range of species that live there.

Volunteer Ranger tasks include providing support with practical habitat management, tree planting/maintenance, hedge laying, meadow management, upkeep of footpaths, helping to manage the fresh water ponds, as well as assisting with and conducting species surveys.

No experience is required and full training will be given. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills whilst helping local wildlife to thrive.

For further information about this role, please contact Alice Hanby – Volunteering and Community Officer at the National Trust on alice.hanby@nationaltrust.org.uk or on 07436 049952.