Take part in this survey to help us understand how landscape scale conservation is restoring connections in the landscape for reptiles and other wildlife.
See our full range of volunteering opportunities below:
Volunteer advisors visit gardens to assess how wildlife friendly they are and offer friendly advice and encouragement.
We are looking for volunteers with an interest in digital technology, media and marketing and with a good understanding of a range of different social media platforms.
Our Nature Parks are wildlife havens alongside our Tyland Barn and Sevenoaks Visitor Centres, and we're looking for volunteers to work in these areas
Working across several locations in a mixture of ancient chalk grassland & ancient woodland means there is always plenty to do!
Kent Wildlife Trust and the Port of Dover are restoring Old Park Hill by converting overgrown scrub into a mosaic of scrub with chalk grassland.
South Swale is an amazing Nature Reserve full of wildlife, from
yellow horned poppy on the shingle beach and seals on the mudflats to the many Bird species that use the beach for feeding and…
We're looking for new volunteers to get involved with our Guardians of The Deep project along stretches of our coastline.
We're always looking for volunteers to join our outdoor tasks throughout the county. You'll be working alongside our Reserve Wardens and a team of friendly volunteers helping us to…
There are plenty of ways in which you can help us to protect our shorelines and seas around Kent.