Give your time to help create a lasting green legacy
Volunteering your time to support a local environmental or conservation charity or project is one of the best things we can all do to help create a green legacy for future generations.
Every bit of time given, whether planting saplings, assisting with wildlife surveys or offering your skills and services to support the running of the organisation, really can make a huge difference.
Mitigating climate change is more important than ever. Whether giving a couple of hours or volunteering regularly in the Forest, you will be helping to create a lasting green legacy.
Meet some of our volunteers
Steve, Volunteer Leader
Steve, 75, is a retired finance manager who has been volunteering with the Heart of England Forest for 6 years. Steve helps to lead groups on the volunteer programme and can be found in the Forest supporting our dedicated volunteers with tasks such as tree planting and forest maintenance, helping with what is most needed depending on the time of year.
Linda, Regular Volunteer
Linda, a regular volunteer, originally from Scotland, feels a sense of familiarity and of belonging when assisting with the heathland management here in the Forest. The knowledge and skills Linda gained working on the ground assisted with her recent course in conservation. Linda shows a great appreciation that the work being done now to nurture and protect habitats in the Forest is creating a green legacy that will be here for life.