The Southeast Land Trust relies on volunteers to help the organization achieve our shared goal of conserving the region's significant lands and natural resources. Currently we have three volunteer programs:
With more than 100 properties and 5,000+ acres of open spaces protected by conservation easements, volunteers are critical to our ability to monitor and enforce our easements. Easement monitors visit the same property (or properties) annually, meet iwth landowners, observe its condition, and report back observations to the Land Trust. It is a great way to see some of our region's best lands and watch a property evolve over time. Click here
to learn more about the program and training scheduled for June 26, 2012. To express your interest, contact the
Land Stewardship: As the owner of thousands of acres of land, the Southeast Land Trust needs help in establishing and maintaining trails, removing invasives species, and keeping a watchful eye on our lands. Volunteers for this program visit our owned-lands ona regular basis and report back on observations and help with medium-duty management activites like trail clearing. Volunteers are also invited to participate in larger group work days that are scheduled throughout the year on different properties. To learn more or indicate your interest in helping,
Volunteers are needed to help with light office tasks, including the stand-by of stuffing envelopes but also scanning, copying, filing, database entry, and related tasks. If you are interested in offering your skills and time, please contact the Office Manager at 778-6088
Thank you for your interest!