Conservation Vol.

Two Trees Conservation Team members

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Project Summary

Two Trees Volunteers are involved in variety of different types of tasks which mainly run during autumn and winter. These include clearing edges of woodland tracks to improve butterfly habitats and removal of seeding pines from the heathlands, to provide good habitat for birds such as the rare Dartford Warbler.

Need to know

  • Start Date: 01/10/2020
  • End Date: 30/03/2021
  • County: Hampshire
  • Organisation Name: Forestry England
  • Project Category: Improving habitats,Other


Project Description

The Two Trees Conservation Team was set up in 2002 to meet the demand of people wanting to support the practical conservation of the New Forest.

We welcome anyone who has a passion for the forest, who is happy to participate in practical conservation tasks, and are over 18 years old.

You will need to be able to get to and from duty points.

Once you have completed a registration form we will send you details of how to access the booking system and information on the current conservation tasks for the season. You will then be able to book on to as many tasks as you wish.

Tasks occur on both weekdays and weekends between October and March. They start at 10am and generally finish around 3pm, depending on weather. TTCT volunteers can sign up to attend as many of these events as they wish.