Practical Volunteering with the Water Team Help restore Wiltshire’s rivers, protect our unique habitats and get in shape whilst meeting other likeminded volunteers! Wiltshire Wildlife Trust’s Water Team has been restoring rivers across Wiltshire for more than 20 years. Working with volunteers and river restoration professionals, we act to undo much of the damage that has been done to the county’s rivers through historic management practices, returning the rivers to a state that benefits both people and wildlife. Most of our work happens throughout the working week and only occasionally at the weekends. What will I be doing? We would never ask anyone to do more than they feel capable of doing and full training will be provided. Examples of the kind of work we will be doing include: Fixing tree branches into river banks/beds Repairing eroded banks Installing gravel riffles Planting trees and wetland plants Tackling invasive species Why volunteer? Volunteering with the water team provides a unique opportunity to conserve some of the rarest and most threatened habitats in the UK: Help protect Wiltshire’s rivers Pick up new skills Meet new people Work in a team Keep fit! Current Opportunities To find out our current opportunities please get in touch and we can share upcoming practical volunteering opportunities. Who do I contact? To find out more e-mail the Water Team or call us on 01380 736066. Find us on Twitter: @WiltsRivers Before attending, please ensure you have registered as a volunteer by filling out our volunteer registration form.