National Trust for Scotland
Glencoe, Glenfinnan, Culloden, Brodie, Inverewe - All wonderful places to spend some time, and by joining a National Trust for Scotland volunteering day you can do just that - and help NTS too!
Conservation Volunteers (CVs) are a diverse group of people who, on a regular basis, carry out practicalconservation work for the National Trust for Scotland.
- Becoming a CV gives you the opportunity to:
- Learn new skills such as drystane dyking, footpath construction and woodland management;
- Work in beautiful gardens and stunning countryside throughout the Highlands;
- Meet new people, enjoy some fresh air and exercise, and become actively involved in conservation and the Trust;
- Attend training courses and lectures to enhance your understanding of countryside skills and conservation issues.
Becoming a Highland CV Group Member
As the Highland Group is newly established the NTS are, initially, giving people the opportunity to come along and try their hand at volunteering with them by offering a number of ‘Taster Days’ without having to register. There are an impressive and varied range of conservation days across the Highlands. Click here to find out more.