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Become a Friend of the Dundery Brook Trail!
Volunteers Needed!

Ongoing

Little Compton, RI | Show Directions

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Contact Cheryl Wiitala, Preserves Manager 401-331-7110 x 25; cwiitala@tnc.org

Volunteering is as easy as taking a walk in the woods!  We need you to help monitor trail conditions and report any problems.  Check on parking area, signage, boardwalk and other structures, perform basic maintenance tasks such as removing litter and fallen limbs, and cutting back vegetation where needed. You can also assist with future nature programs and events, and participate in the inventory of flora and fauna. 

Want a leadership role?  A Volunteer Coordinator, or Co-Coordinators, is needed to help organize the Friends Group.

Becoming a Friend of the Dundery Brook Trail has many benefits, and, we need your ideas and perspectives:

 Become an official “Conservation Ambassador”
 Meet great people and be part of an awesome project that benefits the entire community
 Receive Nature Conservancy newsletters and invitations to local events and walks
 Learn more about the flora and fauna of Little Compton
 Broaden your resume and/or life experiences - Training will be provided by TNC staff
 Make your community and our planet a better place for future generations 

If you are interested please contact Cheryl Wiitala, Preserves Manager 401-331-7110 x 25; cwiitala@tnc.org

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