Staff Volunteering: Seaton Community Woodland

Staff Volunteering: Seaton Community Woodland

Fancy a day in the spring sun* supporting a local conservation project? On Wednesday 25 May 2016, the University will undertake a one-day community volunteering activity alongside Aberdeen's Countryside Ranger Service at the Donmouth Nature Reserve.

We’re looking for a team of around 12-15 volunteers to work with the Rangers on a day of activities to support their ongoing tree conservation work in the Seaton Community Woodland.

The day will include removing tree stakes and salvaging tree tubes for re-use, re-staking any trees that need support and any other activities to support the Rangers on the day.

If you’d like to express an interest in participating, please contact Fraser Lovie on  Participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Ideally volunteers will be available for the full-day, but half-day participation may be possible depending on numbers.

The day is being supported by the University in line with the Staffing Policy on Volunteering, so volunteers should seek their line-manager’s agreement to participate.

For information on previous University volunteering projects, please see the following links to the Seaton Backies (2013) and Cordyce School (2015).

*sunshine can’t be guaranteed, but aching muscles and a sense of satisfaction can

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