Volunteering is a great way to support Boothbay Region Land Trust’s conservation mission, spend time outdoors, and meet new friends. Volunteer for a few hours or make a longer, on-going commitment. Either way, you’ll play an important part in protecting the region’s landscapes, forever.
If you are interested in learning more about any of the following opportunities or to sign up as a volunteer, please contact BRLT at 633-4818 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Type of work: Outdoor field work at our nature preserves.
Ideal for: Folks who feel physically able to walk uneven terrain, clear trails, and build stuff.
Front Office Volunteer
Type of Work: Provide administrative support by helping with tasks such as welcoming visitors, answering phones, stuffing envelopes, and filing.
Ideal for: Those who enjoy helping guests, answering questions, and assisting in day to day tasks.
Type of Work: Serve as an ambassador for BRLT while out walking on the BRLT preserves.
Ideal for: Those that enjoy walking the preserves and interacting with other visitors.
Water Quality Monitor Volunteer
Type of Work: Collect saltwater samples at a site along our regions shoreline, complete field tests, and record data.
Ideal for: Citizen Scientists who feel comfortable near the water and are available biweekly from Mid-May to Mid-October.
Type of work: Assist in environmental education programming for adults and children.
Ideal for: Folks that are comfortable in the outdoors and enjoy sharing nature with others.
Type of work: Visual media for marketing, fundraising, promotion, and outreach.
Ideal for: People with skills in photography, videography, and communications.
Special Events Volunteer
Type of Work: Help with fundraisers and community events, assist with set-up, guest registration, or clean up.
Ideal for: Energetic folks who enjoy putting on events and interacting with guests.