drumcree field volunteering
Get involved with this volunteering opportunity alongside The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) every Saturday at the Drumcree Field in Ulster Folk Museum!
TCV's experienced team will lend a hand as you plant trees for our tree seed orchards, weave willow structures, lay paths for our new heritage tree trail, learn about our native trees and the rich biodiversity they support.
This is an ideal day out for families, small groups and individuals alike! Volunteering is fun, educational and creates roots that make a lasting family impact for generations to come - so get your wellies on and be part of this exciting nature project at the Ulster Folk Museum.
We welcome drop-ins or volunteers who want to be part of this project on a regular basis. You can also stop by on your next day out to the museum and do your bit for nature!
Get In Touch
This new heritage tree trail is part of TCV’s wider Tree Nursery operations at Ulster Folk Museum. If you wish to volunteer at this Saturday project or be a regular volunteer on TCV’s wider tree volunteering programme please contact Hollie at firstname.lastname@example.org
What to know
- This is a free opportunity for regular TCV volunteers, or as part of the museum's general admission for drop-ins.
- This volunteering opportunity takes place every Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00
- We welcome all levels of ability and commitment.
- Please note, that all children aged 6 or over will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
This event is in partnership with The Conservation Volunteers (TCV).