Volunteer Land Steward Program
Volunteer Land Stewards play critically important roles in managing conservancy preserves.
Our Volunteer Land Stewards adopt a preserve they look after. Each volunteer is trained in wilderness first aid, leave no trace, invasive plant removal, trail brushing and scouting, and other land management skills. Initial training is self-paced online and takes approximately 5 hours to complete. Once Volunteer Land Stewards complete training they adopt one of the Conservancy’s priority preserves and function as an extension of our stewardship team by accomplishing regular care taker tasks like invasive plant removal and trail maintenance, while reporting issues to our stewardship team. No experience is necessary! This is a wonderful way to directly contribute to the preservation of land and biodiversity in our region.
Apply below to join, or Contact Keith Williams, the Conservancies Community Engagement Coordinator for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Advanced training opportunities
- Hands-on land stewardship training from Conservancy experts
- Volunteer Land Steward recognition including volunteer t shirt and length of service awards
- Resources and reference materials to build your skill set about natural lands
- Ongoing support, encouragement, and education from Conservancy staff and board