Like any effective community-based nonprofit, volunteers are the lifeblood of the organization. From serving on the Board or an advisory committee, to maintaining a trail or coordinating a special event, we couldn’t perform our work without our band of merry volunteers. Volunteering is also a great way to experience the lands we’ve conserved and make new friends, while performing a vital service that benefits the land and community. Learn more about becoming a volunteer and upcoming opportunities. Sign up to stay informed by filling out the form below.
Become a volunteer for Loving the Land
April 24-28, 2017
Do you love Southern Oregon's natural history? Do you love working with kids? We would LOVE for you to volunteer with us! We need facilitators for our 4th and 5th grade outdoor education program that runs everyday during the last week of April every year in Ashland at the Oredson-Todd Woods. Facilitators host a rotation of investigative and exploratory field study stations where students learn about geology, stream invertebrates and forest ecology. Students also have a picnic lunch and a short hike to a waterfall. All facilitators will be provided with instructional materials in advance.
If you would like to share the joy of the outdoors with a young person, call or email us to request to be contacted before the next program launches:
Volunteer Work Parties
Throughout the year, rain or shine, we hold volunteer work parties on conserved lands. From pulling invasive weeds or planting native plants to clearing a trail, volunteering at a work party is an opportunity to get out on the land and help get some important and much appreciated work done.
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Please contact us if you would like more information.