Wilder Future for Warwickshire

Pledges at Wilder Future event 2019
Make your voice heard

Wilder Future for Warwickshire

Come to the official launch of our new project to find how you can get involved. You will hear from speakers with an interest in conserving our environment and have the chance put your own questions to the panel before networking over complimentary pizza and drinks:
Thursday 12th March 6.45pm
PLT Warwick University

Book your free place here.

I feel very passionate about the environment and it's degrading state or the loss of our natural environment. I feel passionate about spreading the message of protection for future generations.

Want to make a difference but feel like your voice is not being heard? We want to give young adults a voice to help us deliver a wilder future for our local environment. We are recruiting for volunteer Young Adult Ambassadors, aged between 18 and 35, who are committed to bring about change to protect the natural world. Our ambassadors will receive a range of training in grassroots conservation, as well as in campaigning, social media influencing and storytelling. With these newly developed skills, the ambassadors will be able to raise awareness about key conservation issues and motivate others to make a difference.

We want to give our ambassadors the chance to learn from the past to secure the future. We are seeking stories, photographs and memories about Warwickshire Wildlife Trust from long-standing members and volunteers to share with our ambassadors, so that they can build on the successes of the past to make lasting changes in the future.

This is the focus of our new Wilder Future for Warwickshire project, made possible with funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and part of our 50th year anniversary celebrations.

Want to share your Warwickshire Wildlife Trust story? Get in touch with our Wilder Future Officer.

Interested in becoming a Young Adult Ambassador volunteer? Fill in our quick contact form.

National Lottery Heritage Fund

National Lottery Heritage Fund