Volunteer

It takes a village to preserve our wild places!

Here are a few ways you can get involved with Jefferson Land Trust:

  • Get your hands dirty. Sign up to help out with stewardship projects at one of our protected properties.
  • Show your creative side. Have a special skill? We need writers, photographers, graphic designers and many others to help out on an occasional, on-call basis.
  • Organize. Help plan or staff an event like our annual Conservation Breakfast or RainFest Benefit. They are lots of fun and raise valuable funds for our preservation projects.
  • Become a regular. Join an ongoing team like the Conservation Projects Committee or Preserve Stewards.
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Photo by Charles Espy

β€œIn Washington alone, over 700,000 acres have been lost to development in the last dozen years. I hoped that I might be able to help preserve memory places for my children through work on the local level. And I find myself continually inspired by the business of protecting the memory places of people and wildlife alike.”

– Sarah Spaeth, Jefferson Land Trust


Contact us to find the right volunteer opportunity for you!