Enhancing the Chiltern’s habitats through conservation,
education & community engagement

Here at Chiltern Rangers, our mission is to enhance the Chilterns’ habitats through conservation, education and community engagement. 

We work with local communities to provide habitat management in Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns.  You will find us in the woodlands, chalk grasslands, commons, ponds and chalk streams.  We also manage 13 nature reserves for Buckinghamshire Council.

Our work can only be achieved with the help of our volunteers – people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, plus community organisations, charities, social enterprises, schools & colleges.  If you would like to be part of our team, please look at our Get Involved! page for more information.

 

News

Chiltern Rangers Traineeship

Two 12 month paid traineeship positions at Chiltern Rangers are available as part of Chalk Cherries and Chairs project with Chilterns Conservation Board (Chilterns AONB).
Thanks National Lottery Heritage Fund for supporting this Landscape Partnership Scheme.

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May Half Term Nature Days

As part of our partnership with Nature Alliance, we are delighted to invite you to join us during May half term and get involved with two of our projects helping nature and wildlife to thrive.

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Stepping Stones for Young People

We’re delighted to share the launch of our Stepping Stones film with you. This successful approach has enabled numerous young people to become involved in a wide variety of conservation opportunities that have helped them grow and realise their true potential. We are so proud of the skills, confidence, self esteem and team work that we have seen bloom in each and every one.

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