What is stewardship and why is it important?
Our regular stewardship work parties connect people and conserve land. Stewardship means responding to the needs of the land and leaving it better than we found it. We care for the land to make sure ecosystems we rely on are rich with native plants and clean water.
While sharing ideas, learning about local ecosystems, and making friendships, you will be doing incredibly important work to help us steward conserved lands. Stewardship work parties typically include activities like planting native plants, mulching, removing invasive species or debris, and maintaining trails. These work parties are supported by our AmeriCorps Restoration Coordinator, who you can contact at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Click here to review the Stewardship Work Party Volunteer Description.