Be a force of nature – you can help the Land Trust accomplish great things!
Let’s talk about how you would like to contribute your skills and interests to further conservation, environmental education, and help care for beautiful preserved properties. Jobs vary according to your skills, interests, and availability. We’ll support you by giving you all the information you need to feel confident. Find upcoming volunteer opportunities listed at the bottom of the page or visit our events calendar for more.
Questions? Contact Rosie Spaulding at 256-534-5263 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or to be added to our volunteer email list.
Events & Administration
Volunteering at Land Trust events means fun for a great cause! Most of our special events like Concerts and Three Caves and Moon Dance wouldn’t be possible without our volunteers. If you prefer to work indoors, we’d love to have you help us in the office: word processing, phones, filing, or event preparation.
- Moon Dance Auction: Each September, we host Moon Dance, an annual party for preservation, which includes a silent auction of items contributed by local businesses. We need help soliciting and collecting auction donations from businesses around town. Any amount of time you’re able to contribute would be appreciated! Contact us at email@example.com to volunteer.
- Photography: We would love to have more professional photography from our trail care work days, all Land Trust events and programs, or just snapshots from our trails. Let us know if you are able to help. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
With over 8500 acres to monitor and maintain, we can always use some extra hands! There are lots of ways you can help with property maintenance. Volunteers can help build trails, clear deadfall, and reroute trails for safety under the direction of Land Trust staff. We host scheduled work days at least one a month. No experience is required. Individuals or organizations can also adopt a trail through our Trail Care Partners program.
Educations & Outreach
Encourage the next generation of land stewards by assisting with environmental education programs. Share your love of the trails by leading guided hikes. Help share information about the Land Trust at community events.