If you’ve seen any of our previous blog posts or social media, you’ll know that here at the Steel Valley Project, we rely on a regular team of volunteers to carry out the work we do on practical conservation tasks and community events. However, you might have wondered what’s in it for the volunteers themselves … Continue reading Why volunteer with the Steel Valley Project?
The Steel Valley Project has a number of Trustees whose role is to oversee our management and administration. They also ensure that we have a clear strategy and that any work undertaken is in line with our overall vision. One of our longer serving Trustees is Krys Craik who first joined us 25 years ago. … Continue reading What is the role of a Steel Valley Project Trustee?
Here at the Steel Valley Project, we rely heavily on our team of volunteers - from working on practical conservation tasks at local nature sites, right through to involvement in environmental education sessions with local schools and communities. How do I become a volunteer? We advertise for volunteers in a wide variety of places - … Continue reading The first month in the life of a Steel Valley Project volunteer
Hello and welcome to my first blog post... My name is Richard Saunders and I'm the new Environmental Project Officer for the Steel Valley Project, but don’t worry it’s not all as formal as it sounds. I'm here to help people like you explore volunteering and to make a difference in the local area. We … Continue reading Volunteering with the Steel Valley Project
Here at the Steel Valley Project, we rely on our team of regular volunteers to help carry out valuable work in countryside management. We're always happy to chat with anyone interested in becoming a volunteer and would especially like to increase the number of women on our volunteer team. So if you love spending time … Continue reading Countryside Management Volunteers Required