Chiltern Rangers is a social enterprise working with local communities to provide practical habitat management of the woodlands, chalk grassland, commons, ponds and chalk streams in the Chilterns’ area.
We are proud to announce that for 2016 we welcomed 3,398 volunteers who contributed 9,569 hours of work to help us achieve this. Find out more about what we do and how our volunteers help us in the videos below.
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A special edition of the newsletter this season! Get to hear from our key volunteers and what our prestigious new Queens Award for Volunteering 2017 means to them…read more
We are proud and thrilled to have won the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2017. Huge thanks to all our wonderful volunteers for making this happen.read more
The Wood for the Trees – Richard Fortey Shortly after retiring from his role as senior palaeontologist and trilobite specialist at the Natural History Museum, Richard Fortey bought four acres of beech and bluebell wood in the Chiltern Hills. Grim’s Dyke Wood near his...read more
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