Volunteering is an exciting and rewarding ways of meeting new people, improving your community and getting fit.
You can do your bit for the environment and biodiversity, meet some great people and have a fantastic time as a volunteer working with various Rangers in the region.
1 in 3 adults in Scotland have volunteered over the last year and the Countryside Rangers in Dumfries and Galloway Council are keen to provide exciting opportunities for people to volunteer in some of the most attractive countryside in Britain.
No matter what your age, background or experience you can get involved in volunteering with the Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team.
The volunteering opportunities range from leading guided walks and school visits to practical conservation work such as planting trees and brashing - don't worry we make sure that you get suitable training for the tasks you undertake.
How do I get involved?
Download the Volunteering with Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team leaflet [446kb] for further information and instructions on how to get involved. You'll find more details on the types of work our exisiting volunteers have been involved. There is also a slip to complete and return in order to register your interest.
Alternatively, contact Ross Gemmell using the contact details shown below.