The role of Rangers
Stirling Council’s Greenspace Rangers work to manage, maintain and promote greenspaces across the Stirling area. The Rangers works closely with council colleagues, local community groups, schools and the public to encourage enjoyment of the natural and cultural heritage of their sites
The key roles of a ranger as identified by Nature Scot are:
- To ensure a warm welcome and provide support to help people enjoy the outdoors;
- To increase awareness, understanding, care and responsible use of the natural and cultural heritage
- To support the sustainable manage and use of the outdoors to meet a range of social, economic and environmental objectives
What we offer
The Rangers have a broad range of skills and experience and can offer a number of opportunities, including but not limited to:
- Information and advice on wildlife and access to the countryside
- Outdoor education
- Practical conservation
- Volunteer action days
- Engagement events and activities
For details of upcoming events or if you have a specific enquiry please contact us on the details below.
Details of upcoming events and opportunities will also be publicised on Stirling Council’s social media.
Last updated: Monday, August 1, 2022 11:00 AM