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CV - The Conservation Volunteers - is a charity supporting practical conservation work by volunteers throughout Britain. It does all sorts of stuff including supporting many local groups across the country, running training courses, and organising working holidays. it used to be called the 'British Trust for Conservation Volunteers' but it dropped that and was only called BTCV, and since 2012 going one further it has become TCV. In fact, BTCV once contacted Naturenet and said that the old name was 'no longer legal'! So be careful if you want to use that subversive old-style terminology.
TCV is a good way to get experience of the conservation industry. Many full time workers started off volunteering through TCV. Click here for an example.
The series of TCV practical handbooks are the definitive publications giving comprehensive information about practical management tasks. They are highly recommended by Naturenet. These books were for some years fully on-line - but sadly now you have to buy them to read them. Although the books are old they are still well worth it.
The Conservation Volunteers
Tel: 01302 388 883
Fax: 01302 311 531