With over 163 acres of property, we can use your help.
Being a volunteer is one of the most meaningful ways that you can support the Trust. Learn more and apply to be a volunteer. No experience necessary!
Volunteers do everything from brush cutting and trail maintenance to fundraising, event organizing, and leading a hike. A volunteer might help lay out trails, clear debris, collect litter, and report vandalism.
Volunteers don’t have to be individuals. Perhaps your garden club, scout troop, walking group, or business would like to be involved with a particular piece of land.
A Volunteer Steward coordinates with the Director assigned to a specific property monitoring its use and condition a few times yearly, and submits an annual one-page report. Consider how easy it would be to be a steward for a Trust property that abuts your own. As a neighbor, you see its condition every day and know if there are issues that need the Trust’s attention.
If you are interested in finding out more about how to volunteer complete the form below.
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