Volunteers play a vital role in helping the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust implement its mission. We welcome adults, youth, school field trips, and corporate groups to be part of our growing volunteer team.
LAND STEWARDSHIP AND RESTORATION
Join our stewardship team and volunteer community as we care for and restore the natural habitat for plants and animals, including tree planting, seed collecting and invasive plant removal on our preserves. Volunteer groups go out Monday - Friday mornings. Open to ages 14+.
Assist with easement monitoring, data collection and reports for our easement properties in Ozaukee and Washington County. Smart-phone required. Training is provided.
Join our staff and volunteer community at the OWLT office. Assist with event coordination, writing, office support and visitor reception. Training is provided. Volunteer schedule is flexible Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.
If you’re looking to spend time outdoors for just a few hours a week, be part of our team for wildlife and habitat monitoring to collect data on wildlife, plants, soil and water on the preserves. Training is provided. Seasonal.
Assist our Stewardship Director with a variety of construction and maintenance projects on the preserves. Whether it is building new boardwalk, installing new signs and kiosks or tuning up equipment, your experience is welcome! Share your skills Monday - Friday, March – October.
We are a growing organization. Volunteer to support our mission to protect and steward land and water for the benefit of all. Our vision of inspiring people to engage with nature is sustainable with your time and talent. Contact Mary Ellen Griffin for more volunteer opportunities at email@example.com.