A little elbow grease is worth its weight in gold at The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky. When you volunteer, you help save money that can be used to preserve other important places throughout the Commonwealth while increasing the efficiency of our nature preservation and stewardship work.
The first step to becoming a volunteer is to download the Volunteer Application and Liability form. Then mail or email the form to Amanda Black (859-259-9655 x 5012 or email@example.com) at The Nature Conservancy, 114 Woodland Avenue, Lexington, KY 40502.
There are four different ways you can help.
- Monitor a preserve. Want to help take care of our Preserves? Learn how
- Get your hands dirty. Help our staff and volunteers manage and restore our most important lands on a volunteer workday.
- Staff, set up and/or dismantle a booth at special events. Talk to the public about the Conservancy's work in Kentucky.
- Submit your nature photos! Send along high quality photos and images of landscapes, critters and other wildlife from your favorite nature preserve.
Contact Amanda Black (859-259-9655 x 5012 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
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