Interested in Volunteering?
From all of us here at The Nature Conservancy of Vermont, a hearty “Thank You” is in order for all of our wonderful volunteers who dedicated their time to The Conservancy over the past year. In this same spirit we welcome new and returning volunteers to join us in 2014!
Current Volunteer Listings
Northern Vermont Volunteer Opportunities
Garlic Mustard Removal Volunteers Needed
Join us in removing invasive Garlic Mustard at Williams Woods Natural Area. For adventurous eaters — you can take some home to make pesto!
Dates & Times:
Tuesday, April 29: 9:30AM—1:30PM. Williams Woods Natural Area, Charlotte.
Wednesday, May 21: 9:30AM- 1:30PM. Raven Ridge Natural Area, Charlotte/Hinesburg/Monkton.
Thursday, May 22: 9:30AM—1:30PM. Williams Woods Natural Area, Charlotte.
Tuesday, May 27: 9:30AM—1:30PM. Williams Woods Natural Area, Charlotte.
Thursday, May 29: 9:30AM—1:30PM. White River Ledges, Pomfret/Sharon.
Bring water, lunch, work gloves (extras will be available at the site), and a willingness to work. No experience necessary.
Contact: Becky Cushing
For more information or to RSVP, contact our AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-229-4425802-229-4425 X 111)
Southern Vermont Volunteer Opportunities
14th – Boundaries at High Pond
21st – Boundaries at North Pawlett Hills
23rd – Trail work or boundaries (depending on weather) at Equinox
29th – Boundaries at Plymouth Caves
1st – Tree planting at Hubbardton River Clayplain
3rd – “VT Green Up Day” trash clean-up/trail work at Buckner
7th-9th - Tree planting at Johnson Farm
13th – Trail work at High Pond
21st - Boundaries at Dorset Bat Cave
To join us, or for further information, contact Kelsy Allan at 802-884-802-884-8135802-884-8135 ext. 24 or email@example.com
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Volunteers form the backbone of many projects here at the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Whether your skills lean toward the outdoor, trail working set, or toward office and computer work, we welcome an opportunity to talk with you about volunteering.
The stewardship team uses volunteers for an array of projects, such as invasive plant removal, trail work, boundary marking, and volunteer preserve stewardship.
We also have volunteers doing photography, graphic arts, event coordination, data entry, general office work, or any number of data gathering & entering projects as they arise.
In order to receive announcements regarding volunteer opportunities in your area please fill out a Volunteer Interest Form and email our Volunteer Coordinator and Field Assistant in your area.
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
27 State Street, Suite 4
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Phone: (802) 229-4425(802) 229-4425 x111
Fax: (802) 229-1347
Southern Vermont Office
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
348 Bentley Avenue
Poultney, Vermont 05764
Phone: (802) 884-8165(802) 884-8165 x24
Fax: (802) 884-8126
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