We depend on the hundreds of wonderful people who give up their spare time to carry out volunteer conservation work on the South Downs. These volunteers make an enormous contribution to conserving and enhancing the South Downs as well as enabling better access and supporting work in local communities.
The South Downs Volunteer Ranger Service gives nearly 6,000 days a year support to the National Park. Find out more about their work and how to join. There are also many local conservation groups across the South Downs doing important work to protect and enhance the area’s unique landscape and precious wildlife. You can find details of some of these listed on the Conservation Groups page. Contact your local group directly to find out what is going on.