Get involved with The Nature Conservancy’s Kentucky Chapter!
A little elbow grease is worth its weight in gold at The Nature Conservancy. Volunteers help our Kentucky Chapter devote a major portion of its funds to land conservation, keeping our effectiveness high and our costs low.
There are several ways to help.
- Get your hands dirty. Help our staff and volunteers manage and restore our most important protected lands and waters around the state during volunteer workdays.
- Clean the Green. During the summer, the Conservancy and the Kentucky Waterways Alliance host two events to remove debris from the Green River.
- Welcome all bureaucrats! Our offices in Lexington, Louisville and around the state occasionally need help with office duties.
- Submit your nature photos. We are always looking for high quality photos and images of landscapes, critters and other wildlife from your favorite nature preserve.
Learn more. Check the volunteer page, follow us on Facebook or contact us at (859) 259-9655 or firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy’s Kentucky Chapter.
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Lexington, KY 40502
Kentucky's Office: (859) 259-9655
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