Volunteer with us
Are you a keen photographer, could you help support our communication and marketing by providing us with amazing images of our waterways? If so we would love to hear from you.
Water Quality Monitoring Project – Lincoln and Grantham
Water quality is key to a healthy aquatic environment, being able to pinpoint any pollution source is vital for the health of our rivers. You will be provided with training and equipment to enable you to measure nutrient and sediment pollution and help us monitor water quality.
Riverfly Monitoring – South of Grantham
A national scheme for protecting the biological health of our watercourses by monitoring and recording riverflies. Free training will be given and all equipment provided. All we ask is that you can commit to approximately 30 minutes, once a month for 12 months.
Work Party Volunteers
Many of our projects rely on volunteers getting stuck in and helping us with practical work, a great work-out and great for the environment too!
Events and Engagement Volunteers
Family events, country shows and education sessions with local schools or community groups are perfect opportunities for us to engage with and enthuse children and adults alike about their local watercourse and the amazing wildlife it supports. If you enjoy talking to people and wish to support us with our engagement we’d love to hear from you.
We are keen to engage and inspire the next generation about their local watercourses and the wildlife they support. We are looking for volunteers to help with our education sessions both in the classroom environment and out on the river bank.
No experience needed – just a large helping of enthusiasm and a passion for environmental education. Training will be provided – please note: this role may require a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS).
For more details on any of the above please contact Gail Talton here or by telephone on 07927 156155
Getting involved FAQ’s
What work will it involve?
You can provide any skill which you think might be useful for our organisation.
Opportunities vary depending on the project, these might include pulling up invasive plants along the river bank, installing new river habitat structures for wildlife or helping with community events.
How old do I need to be?
Volunteers can be any age, if you are under 18 you will need to be accompanied by an adult.
How much time will I need to give?
You can volunteer for an hour or a whole day depending on the project and how much time you have to spare. We really value any contribution you can make.
I want to start a project of my own?
If you are keen to start a project, which you think could do with the support of the Lincolnshire Rivers Trust, then get in touch here.
The RiverCare Project is delivered by Keep Britain Tidy and is supported by Anglian Water. Local groups of volunteers working together to clear litter from their adopted stretch of river. Groups meet periodically throughout the year and are always keen to welcome newcomers.
For details of RiverCare Clean Up dates in your local area see their social media pages: