Volunteer

Do good work for the great outdoors, make new friends and help us care for wild places.

Volunteers play an essential part at the John Muir Trust. By becoming a volunteer with us you can help make a difference for the wild places you love, whilst learning more about the Trust. Volunteering is a wonderful way to build new skills, meet like-minded people and make new friends. There are plenty of ways that you can volunteer with us; not all of our opportunities take place outdoors, so if you would like to support the Trust in other ways we would love to hear from you!

Camasunary Bay volunteers Skye by Rory Syme

Volunteers after a litter pick at Camasunary Bay on Skye

Current volunteering opportunities

Practical conservation volunteering

Please note that volunteer events are subject to change in line with any Covid-19 restrictions being reinstated in order to comply with government guidelines. Places are limited and booking is essential.

If you are interested in practical conservation volunteering, but these locations and/or dates don't work for you, please complete a contact form and we will be in touch.

Further opportunities

If you have skills and experience you feel would be useful to the Trust, please complete a contact form. To be added to our volunteer contact list, please sign up here.

Volunteers at Glenlude

Volunteers at a Glenlude work party

Other conservation volunteering opportunties

There are also a number of other organisations and people you can contact to discuss conservation volunteering opportunities including Highland Biodiversity, Friends of Nevis, Borders Forest Trust and Carrifran and Highland Perthshire Community Land Trust.

Kettle and equipment at Glenlude - David Lintern

Interested in volunteering?

Get in touch to register your interest or ask a question

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