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Activity Descriptions

Here's a list of some things you can be a part of:

 

Trail Stewards:  Work with our land manager to select a trail that you can adopt to care for like it were your own! Hike it frequently, moving branches and noting tree roots.  Report back to the land manager for major repairs and upkeep.

 

Outreach Team:  Help keep up with our communications plan by assisting with mailings, updating national trail/hiking/outdoor sites, and signage and attend community events representing ACLT (optional).  Great options for volunteering from home!

 

Farm/Garden:  If you love to be in the garden, we need help planting, weeding, watering and harvesting!  This is a special year as the farm changes over to primarily supplying fresh fruits and vegetables to local food banks. You’ll be helping so many people with your volunteer hours!  We also have pollinator gardens, rain gardens and demonstrations that are teaching tools for the public.

 

Water Quality Monitoring:  This is a great option for our Citizen Scientists.  WQM takes place on Parkers Creek monthly and helps us track the health of the watershed.  Training provided!

 

Weekly/Monthly Trail Projects: If you enjoy working outside in natuer we have lots of projects that can use your help. Our weekly Wednesday Morning group works on our South Side Trail system. Our Thursday Morning group works on our North Side trails. We also host large trail maintenance events in the spring and fall.

 

Musicians: ACLT will have a variety of events in 2015 that we would like to make even more festive with live music!  If you are a musician that plays family friendly country, bluegrass, pop/rock classics, or jazz please get in touch with the Community Relations Coordinator at 410-414-3400. Can't wait to hear you!

 

Handy People (Carpenters/Equipment Repair/Electrical):  We have multiple barns and buildings and equipment to maintain them.  Our Handy People help us with general maintenance and building projects. Carpentry skills valuable for sign-in box building, bridge repairs, etc.

Volunteer Information

What Would You Enjoy Doing?*
  • Trail Steward
  • Outreach Team
  • Farm/Garden
  • Water Quality Monitoring
  • Weekly/Monthly Trail Projects
  • Musicians
  • Handy People (Carpenters/Equipment Repair/Electrical)
When are you available?*
  • Mornings
  • Afternoons
  • Evenings
  • Weekdays
  • Weekends
  • From Home
  • 1 - 2 hours/month
  • 4 - 8 hours/month
  • Weekly
  • 10 - 20 hours/month
  • A few events/year
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