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Young Rangers Credit: Stephen Garnett photography

Learning and engagement

There are many ways that staff at the National Park Authority can help you visit and learn about this special area; through Dales Experience we can organise visits for groups which might otherwise not visit the National Park – such as those from minority ethnic backgrounds, who have a disability or a health condition or who are experiencing disadvantage; your group might be interested in working towards a John Muir Award.

Our Education team can lead education visits for school groups visiting the National Park. Young people aged 11 (yr 7) to 16 who are interested in volunteering with us can join our Young Rangers group and get out and about helping with practical conservation projects.

View our termly Education Newsletters for Primary and Secondary Schools here, and there’s an option to sign-up to receive them direct to your inbox every quarter.

Youth groups and young people who are interested in exploring the Yorkshire Dales can take part in Generation Green, an exciting new project that will introduce young people experiencing disadvantage to the National Park.

Or maybe your business or organisation would enjoy a guided walk or benefit from a corporate team building day on a practical project such as helping repair a footpath or planting trees; get in touch with our Ranger service to find out more.