Volunteers are important members of the Genesee Land Trust team and add the fun to our events and activities. Make new friends and connections with the land. Feel a sense of satisfaction at the difference you can make. Enjoy the exercise and learn something new with your family or friends. All are welcome!
Your help can be meaningful, whether for an hour or two or more frequently as you have time. Together we can get conservation to happen and have a great time!
Get to know fellow land lovers with a monthly team headed to different Genesee Land Trust preserves to walk the trails with clippers. Casual trail maintenance and exercise every third Thursday from spring through fall, from 3:00-5:00 pm. Check out our upcoming volunteer events or email Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the Trail Keepers email list.
Help out with seasonal projects on different nature preserves, at Conkey Corner Park, and along El Camino – spring spruce ups and fall work parties bring new and old friends together to keep Genesee Land Trust spaces welcoming and safe. To get involved, email us at email@example.com with your interests and availability.
EVENTS AND EDUCATION
Share your knowledge and passion with fellow enthusiasts – lead guided walks, help with school programs, or attend a community event to spread the word about Genesee Land Trust. Or help plan one of our annual fundraisers. To get involved, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your individuality is appreciated! Photographs, videos, office help, bird lists, invasive species spotting, social media, GIS support, and more are welcome. Email us at email@example.com, and we can find a fun, rewarding volunteer opportunity for you!
Browse volunteer opportunities that we already have scheduled by visiting our Volunteer Events page.
Let us know your volunteer interests by filling out this form, and we will find the right volunteer job for you.
Please include any relevant notes in the Comments field. And feel free to email the appropriate contact above with any questions about the specific opportunities. We look forward to working together to make connections to nature, care for the land, and share local land conservation with others.