Seventh graders from Chimacum School District sent thank you notes after an outdoor field trip to learn about salmon.
We’re continually humbled and amazed by the generosity of our community. Thanks to so many of you for sharing so much of your time and energy helping us achieve our mission.
Thank you for spending more than 4913 hours of your valuable time in 2019 helping us accomplish so much!
We couldn’t do what we do without our dedicated volunteers. Whether you’re monitoring nature preserves, pitching in at events, serving on the board, teaching the next generation, greeting visitors to our office, or sharing your photos of wildlife, we appreciate you and all you do!
There are lots of ways to get involved as a Land Trust volunteer. If you want to help, we’ll do our best to find something that fits your interests and schedule.
Our preserve manager, Carrie Clendaniel, is currently recruiting members for the Preserve Facilities Working Group, which will undertake and support Jefferson Land Trust Preserve infrastructure maintenance and improvement projects in partnership with Carrie. Read the job description to see if this opportunity might work for you and your skills.
Visit our event page for upcoming opportunities, call 360.379.9501, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.