British Trust for Conservation VolunteersAn organisation founded in 1970 to provide practical assistance for public and private bodies and for individual landowners involved in conservation work. It has a large 'conservation corps' of volunteers, and supplies training and equipment where necessary. The Trust publishes a quarterly newsletter and has eight regional offices, with its headquarters at Reading in Berkshire, UK.
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