Some 2012 Highlights at a glance
- 480 VA volunteers + 29 World Office (WO) supported volunteers = 509 volunteers
- 6,824 VA hours + 3,176 VA supported WO hours = 10,000 hours
- $199,943 VA value + $93,056 WO value = $293,000
- 3.7 FTE (VA) + 1.7 FTE (WO) = 5.5 FTE
68% of their time was spent on CONSERVATION projects. Of those conservation projects:
- 26% of time was Prescribed Fire activities
- 23% of time was Volunteer Visitation Committee duties
- 22% of time was Trail Maintenance (not committee work)
- 9% of time was Seagrass and Oyster Restoration
- 8% of time was Tree Related Projects
- 6% of time was Other (boundary marking, easement monitoring, etc.)
- 4% of time was Invasive Control
- 2% of time was Bird Related Projects
9% on VOLUNTEER MGT projects
9% on CENTRAL APPALACHIAN Whole System projects
6% on Protection/TRUST FUND projects
4% on OPERATIONS projects
• 4% on OTHER projects: marketing, philanthropy, legal, TISOM, GR
Of conservation projects (not including trust fund conservation projects represented under “protection”)
- 36% of time was Special Work Crews
- AmeriCorps, SCA interns, LEAF interns, etc.
- 23% of time was Volunteer Visitation Committee
- 17% of time was Individual Stewardship Activities
- 17% of time was TNC Staff Led Workdays
- 7% of time was Volunteer Led Volunteer Workdays
Volunteers worked in 40 VA locations in 2012.
There were 178 new volunteer inquires in 2012 and 212 volunteers filled out applications.
Over half of our volunteers in 2012 returned from the previous year and 55% volunteered more than one time in 2012.
Many thanks to all of our volunteers for their hard work in 2012!!
February 09, 2013