In 2016, a total of 240 volunteers donated 4,260 hours to help us get our work done and learn more about the plants and wildlife we protect.
Read some stories about LTC volunteers.
Field projects that help monitor, study, and restore native habitats on our preserves. Become a citizen science volunteer to complete a frog and toad survey, monitor a kestrel nest box, monitor a vernal pool, or complete a scout project and more. We welcome your project ideas.
Our eyes on the ground and feet on the trail. These volunteers commit to a long-term role to care for a particular nature preserve. They visit the preserve often throughout the year and report back to us when they see a problem. They clear trails on their visits and let us know when a preserve needs staff attention.
Occasional field work days building trails, boardwalks, and parking areas. We will email you when we need help throughout the field season. See the upcoming work bees.
Want to help out in the education department or the communications department or have a special skill you’d like to share? We’d love to hear more. Give us a call or fill out the information form to the right and we will contact you.
It was fun to learn about how you guys help the environment by clearing out invasive species (garlic mustard) and planting in the native ones. Without organizations like you our world would not be the beautiful, lovely place it is today. So, thank you for letting and helping my class and I save the world, one meadow at a time.
– Lance, 7th Grade Student Harbor Springs
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