Wales Wild Land Foundation has an opportunity for new trustees to join its Board of Trustees.
The charity is dedicated to the restoration of wildlife habitat in Wales and encouraging people to connect with wild nature. Currently our principle project is Coetir Anian, or Cambrian Wildwood, set in the Cambrian Mountains.
What we are looking for…
We are looking for people rooted in the local area with a deep appreciation and understanding of the nature and culture of Wales. Fluency in the Welsh language is desirable but not essential (the board meetings are held through the medium of English). We want to hear from people who are passionate about nature and people flourishing together.
Skills and experience we would particularly welcome are external communications, ecology, land management, education, nature connection, local history and folklore, finance or charity governance.
By joining our Board of Trustees you will be supporting a pioneering nature restoration project in an exciting phase in its journey, which is creating opportunities for children and adults to connect with wild nature. And you will be working with the team of staff and trustees to develop ideas for the future of the charity.
If you would like to express your interest in this role or make further enquiries, please contact us through the Contact Us page of our website.