Volunteer Water Stewards
Trail Work Volunteers
Fund Development Committee
See details for each volunteer opportunity below
1. Volunteer Water Stewards
This May will mark the start of PRLT’s third season collecting data on water quality from throughout the region, and we need your help. Water stewards attend a training led by the Maine DEP (Saturday, May 4th) and then collect water samples and data every other Saturday morning from mid-May through mid-September. Water Stewards are placed in teams of 2-3, so you don’t need to be available for every sampling day.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and you can sign up here.
2. Trail Work Volunteers
We have a lot of exciting projects happening on our preserves this field season. We are creating trails, building kiosks, posting new signage, and performing trail maintenance throughout the region. Our dedicated volunteer preserve stewards are spearheading these efforts, and they would love to have your help. You can volunteer on your own or with a small group, whatever fits your interest and schedule. For trail work, sign up to volunteer here.
3. Preserve Stewards
We are looking for new volunteer Stewards for our Preserves. Volunteer Stewards check for problems and perform basic maintenance. This is a great way to learn new trails and really get to know one of the Preserves. It is a wonderful volunteer opportunity for people who want to help outside on their own schedule. Click here to sign-up.
4. Outreach Volunteers
We are continually expanding our outreach events. In addition to the monthly events, we have begun hosting seasonal family-friendly events this year. Volunteers can help us with set-up, check-in, taking photos, and general outreach support.
Please fill out our volunteer form if you are interested in becoming an Outreach Volunteer. Sign up to Volunteer.
5. Office Volunteers
Volunteer to help with mailings one or two times per year. Click here to sign-up.
6. Fund Development Committee
Do you have fundraising experience or interest in helping to strategically assess how to grow the organization through expanding community support for the Land Trust? If so, please contact Executive Director, Rachelle Curran Apse, to learn more at email@example.com or 839-4633.
By volunteering you will help the Presumpscot Regional Land Trust conserve, steward, and provide public access to local lands and clean water for current and future generations to enjoy. Please contact Toby Jacobs, Stewardship and Outreach Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions. Click here to become a member or make a donation.