As a volunteer, you can play a hands-on role in a wide range of Land Trust projects. The Land Trust relies on the kindness and support of volunteers to successfully plan, promote and present events that raise the profile of the Land Trust, encourage donations and support, and spread the word about the importance of land conservation.

Fun with Fungi

Volunteer and member Pat Burchell talks to visitors to the Dahl Forest for its popular Mushroom walk. Photo by Corey Pietryszyn.


Volunteers can assist with event planning, set-up/take-down, event promotion, event support, etc. Events include the yearly Wild About Nature – a fundraising dinner and auction, frequent outdoor walks/interpretive events at the Dahl Forest, and other events as planned – visit here for an up-date list of upcoming events.


The Land Trust is always looking for individuals looking to contribute to our organizational capacity to carry out our mission while growing the Land Trust for the future. Consider joining the board of directors and/or a committee: Communications and Membership, Finance, Fundraising and Grants, Land Acquisition, Governance and Nominations, and Land Stewardship.

We always have room for another helping hand!


The Land Trust regularly promotes and delivers educational programming via workshops, information sessions, and presentations. Volunteers with an interest and/or background in environmental education are more than welcome to assist in and/or propose educational outreach initiatives to promote land conservation and the benefits of a healthy environment.