Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

We need your help to carry out this mission of preserving land forever. Hands-on outdoor work to restore natural habitat feels good, and it is fun to meet people who share an interest in conservation. Working with our professional staff, you will learn about nature and enjoy our preserved lands that may not be accessible to the public...

Regarding Barry’s Bash

Regarding Barry’s Bash

An overwhelming crowd packed Elm Street Brewing Wednesday, April 18, to show gratitude for Barry’s leadership, dedication, and tireless efforts to protect natural areas in...

Spring Concert in the Woods

Spring Concert in the Woods

They survive the winter by pumping a sugar-like antifreeze substance into their cells. Over 70% of their body will freeze solid during the frigid months. They thaw out when temperatures start to rise above 40 degrees and can be calling for a mate within 24 hours. Chorus frogs burrow deep beneath...

Our Winter Feathered Friends

Our Winter Feathered Friends

Cardinals, woodpeckers, and blue jays brighten up my backyard around the feeders. While not as brilliantly colorful I still enjoy seeing the goldfinches perched on the thistle feeder. Nuthatches, chickadees, and tufted titmouse are entertaining as they...