Greenspace Rangers

How our Greenspace Rangers team helps people enjoy the outdoors, and how you can take part in their events and volunteer activities.

What Greenspace Rangers do

Greenspace Rangers manage, maintain and promote greenspaces across the council area.

In line with NatureScot's Rangers in Scotland Policy, we work to:

  • ensure a warm welcome
  • provide support that helps people enjoy the outdoors
  • increase awareness, understanding, care and responsible use of natural and cultural heritage
  • support the sustainable management and use of the outdoors

Events and activities

We run a wide range of events and activities, including sessions that focus on:

  • wildlife and access to the countryside
  • outdoor education
  • practical conservation

We also hold Action Days for volunteers.

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How to volunteer

Our team is always looking for volunteers who can help us carry out practical tasks in greenspaces across Stirling.

You do not need to have any prior experience to take part in our events. We'll always make sure that you:

  • have any tools you need
  • know how to carry out tasks safely

You can volunteer if you're 12 or older. However, if you're under 18, you must be accompanied by a responsible adult who's also a registered volunteer.

If you're interested in taking part in one of our Action Days, use this form to register.

Contact the Greenspace Rangers

If you have any questions about our activities, events or opportunities, you can contact us using these details.

Ranger Service
Endrick House