The Land Conservancy depends on many dedicated individuals who contribute their time and expertise to improve our communities and preserve our landscapes.
Whether they are repairing our historic Octagon Barn, planting native trees and shrubs, removing invasive plants along a creek, leading a hike, serving on a committee, or helping with our outreach events, our volunteers make a big impact.
To get involved, submit a Volunteer Profile Form so that we can match your skills and interests with our volunteer needs. Volunteers are invited to Land Conservancy members-only events and special activities. Feel free to contact us directly to find out more about how you can help. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for volunteer opportunities.
Internship Positions – Positions announced as needed. Check our Job Opportunities page for available positions.
Octagon Barn Project – ongoing. Meets at the Octagon Barn every second Saturday of each month from 10am-noon.
Outdoor Restoration Projects – Pull invasive weeds or plant native shrubs and trees at our preserves. Volunteer days are typically hosted once a quarter.
Creek Day Cleanup – Annual county-wide creek cleanup event held in early fall. The 2013 Creek Day Cleanup is Saturday, September 21st.
For the most updated information on volunteer opportunities, please check our Events page.
Volunteer Waiver (Adult)
Volunteer Waiver (Minor)