Volunteer Tree Planting
We're supporting up to 106 hectares of varied planting projects this season across the West of England and slightly beyond, which means we need all hands on spades!
We'll have plenty of
volunteering opportunities available across this year's planting season... And by joining one
of our group planting sessions, along with feeling pretty good for giving a
little bit back to the natural world, you'll be spending time outdoors, which
has proven benefits for our mental wellbeing and physical health!
Interested in volunteering? Head to our Eventbrite page to sign up and find out more: Forest of Avon Trust Events | Eventbrite
Our Eventbrite will be updated on a regular basis, so if you can't see a location/ date that suits you now, please check back over the coming weeks.
Prepare for mud and rain, and for the satisfaction of making the world a greener place!
Any questions or queries, email email@example.com, or to learn more about our Trees for Climate work, click here.
Great Avon Wood
Planting starts at what we believe to be the West of England’s largest new woodland on record!
We recently announced the exciting news of our biggest project to date, Great Avon Wood.
In partnership with Avon Needs Trees, we have have worked together to secure over 100 acres of land near the village of Pensford. Over the next three years, volunteers will help to plant and care for 40,000 trees supplied by the Woodland Trust. Great Avon Wood will consist of three linked woodland sites and we are now inviting people across the region to help plant this new woodland.
You can sign up to volunteer at Great Avon Wood via Volunteering - Avon Needs Trees, with planting days taking place on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout February and March 2023.
Other ways to get involved.
To donate to the Great Avon Wood - get in touch with David, our Finance Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Organise a corporate volunteering day through our partner Avon Needs Trees: https://avonneedstrees.org.uk/support-us/business-supporters/
Photo credit to @BarbaraEvipidrou