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Why volunteer?

Vegetation surveys are just one type of monitoring that we carry out © National Trust

Volunteering is a wonderful way to meet new people, get involved in exciting projects, and to help conserve the environment. It's a great way to get out and about and stay healthy.

Volunteer opportunities

Gully blocking is one of the conservation techniques used on the moors © National Trust

Volunteers are involved with a variety of roles across the Estate. Details of our current volunteering vacancies can be found on the National Trust volunteering web pages.

Our volunteers on volunteering

Have you got anything to say?

We would love to hear any comments you have about your visit to Marsden Moor, or about this website. If you would like your photos to appear on our website, please email them to us too.

Corporate volunteering

Getting away from the office can help relieve stress levels, bring your team closer together and you can help one of your local areas. Marsden Moor relies on volunteers for much of the work we do.

Supporter groups in West Yorkshire

Why not join an Association or Centre near you to get more from your local National Trust. By joining a group you can take part in special interest talks, visits, fundraising events and more.

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