Conservation volunteering in Clackmannanshire!

Conservation volunteering in Clackmannanshire!

Posted on behalf of The Conservation Volunteers
An activity with EPIC Volunteers

Activity date: Tuesday 18th February 2020

Start time: 9:30

Finish time: 15:30

Activity descriptionTCV and EPIC are looking for volunteers to work with us to help improve the green spaces and green networks of Clackmannanshire. Our work takes us all across Clackmannanshire with sites ranging from the Ochil Glens to high level paths, across community projects around the hillfoot towns and to areas around the River Devon. Our work includes: Wildflower Seed and Bulb Planting Tree Planting Path building Scrub clearance Removing Invasive Plant Species Fence building Pond building Creating Habitats for Wildlife Drystone Walling and much more Volunteering with us is a great way to: get outdoors, learn new skills, meet new people and make a real difference. Our days run from 10.30am to 2.30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Absolutely no prior knowledge, work experience or skills are necessary. All groups are run by an experienced leader who will give you training in the activities we do, the reasons why we do them and the tools we use. We can offer transport from our office in Stirling, from our pickup points along the foothills or provide some travel expenses. So if you live in any area around Clackmannanshire, Stirling and Falkirk we would love to have you on board!

Activity location Ochils Woodland Park, Ochils Woodland Park, Clackmannanshire, FK101EB

Site descriptionWoodland Park

Contact Josh Thornhill Telephone: 07739 447940



Please bring
  • packed lunch
  • suitable outdoor clothes
  • suitable outdoor footwear
Site Facilities
  • Nearest Toilets - Alva

18 Feb 2020 at 9:30am
until 18 Feb 2020 at 3:30pm
Ochils Woodland Park

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