yuhas-gartlic-scoutsRed-tail Land Conservancy has an vital mission: to preserve, protect, and restore natural areas and farm land in east central Indiana while increasing awareness of our natural heritage. It is a big task and we have been successful, with over 2,700 acres permanently preserved in east central Indiana. Red-tail Land Conservancy plans for a future where the natural beauty and working lands of our community still exists.

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. Volunteer with Red-tail Land Conservancy and make a difference in a visible way.

Ways to volunteer:

• Removing invasive species like bush honeysuckle and garlic mustard
• Planting trees and native plants
• Become a property steward or trail monitor
• Picking up trash
• Building or repairing trails, benches, and bridges

Education and Outreach
• Lead hikes
• Speak at educational offerings
• Staff a table at fairs and events

• Photography
• Mailings
• Newsletter preparation

We can accommodate groups or individuals, from cub scouts to retirees, and all ages in between. The opportunity can be tailored to meet your ability and availability to help. Lend a hand for the land, it is good for you and your environment.

If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up below: