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Our Trustees

Our Trustees help to shape the work of the Trust in and for wild places, and contribute their skills and knowledge to areas of work from conservation and lobbying government to financial management.

The Board of Trustees needs a wide range of skills, including natural heritage and ecology; land management (incl. agricultural land); outdoor education; fundraising community engagement; marketing; planning procedures and regulations. In particular we welcome applications from women, as well as Members from all age groups and ethnic backgrounds around the UK.

Find out more about applying to become a Trustee.