We are currently at capacity for Land Stewards. If you are interested in becoming a Land Steward, please fill out the form below and we will contact you when a position becomes available.
In the meantime, check out another outdoor volunteer program: Trail Steward!
At the center of Capitol Land Trust’s mission is an ongoing responsibility to steward our conserved properties. As part of this responsibility, we visit each property at least once a year to document its condition and to see if anything is compromising the property’s conservation values.
The number of properties CLT stewards is growing every year, and many of our properties need more care than just one monitoring visit a year. To meet these needs, we need more volunteers! This is a great opportunity to visit conserved properties that are often not open to the public.
Volunteer Land Stewards can commit to one or more of the following:
- Accompany CLT staff or another Land Steward on annual monitoring visits to a property;
- Accompany another Land Steward on one or more mid-year monitoring visits to a CLT preserve;
- Visit an assigned property on your own initiative to remove invasives or trash
Click here to review the Land Steward Volunteer Position Description.
If you want to take advantage of this great opportunity to help CLT steward the properties it has conserved, please fill out the form below. If you have additional questions, contact Mike Leigh at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 360-943-3012 extension 8.