With thousands of acres of protected land to manage across the state, volunteers are needed to help our Habitat Management staff. Participating in a volunteer workday is a satisfying and rewarding way to meet the staff and experience the places and species we protect in Pennsylvania.
If you would like to attend a workday and/or for more information, directions, etc., please contact: Molly Anderson, Pennsylvania Volunteer Program Manager, at (717) 418-9518 or email@example.com.
Sunday, December 14th - 9:00 AM
Barrens Restoration at the New Texas Barrens
Please join the Friends of the State-Line Serpentine Barrens at the New Texas Barrens site (near Peach Bottom, PA in southeastern Lancaster County) to assist with restoring and maintaining the barrens grassland habitat. To volunteer for this workday and for more information/directions, please contact Henry Whitesel at firstname.lastname@example.org; (610) 998-0302 or (610) 213-9462.
Monday, January 19th – 10:00 AM
Annual trash clean-up at the Bristol Marsh Preserve
Celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday with The Nature Conservancy, the Heritage Conservancy and Bristol Borough staff at the Bristol Marsh Preserve (Bristol, PA in Bucks County) to assist with the annual trash clean-up as part of this national day of service. To volunteer for this workday and for more information/directions, please contact Molly Anderson at email@example.com or (717) 418-9518.
Our calendar of Habitat Management Workdays for the 2015 winter and spring seasons will be completed in January so stay tuned for more opportunities for you to participate in at TNC lands across Pennsylvania in the New Year ahead.