Volunteers play important roles at the Preserve. In the gardens and on our natural lands there are many wonderful opportunities to learn, share, and be part of a group of passionate individuals.
Lands & Trails Volunteer Crew
If you are excited to immerse yourself in nature, take in that fresh coastal air, get your hands dirty, and play a major part helping conservation efforts in an historic land preserve, this is your chance! We are excited to welcome back the 2021 season volunteer opportunities for our Lands and Trails program. The program is run by the Preserve's Land and Trails team – Tate Bushell, Ed Hawes, and Dave Ouellette. Read more...
If you have questions or know someone who would like to join our volunteer email list, please contact email@example.com or give our main office a call at 207-276-5955.
We are looking forward to seeing you all out on the trails for an amazing 2021 season!
Adopt a Trail
As a volunteer you may “adopt” a section of trail. Perhaps it is a trail that you connect with, or one that you have never been on and are excited to explore. To adopt a Preserve trail means that you will frequent that trail and help maintain its character by keeping the corridor clear of obstacles by trimming back brush and removing trees, identifying and reporting hazards, and documenting any wildlife, plants of interest, and visitor use.
This may be a solo endeavor, or you may team up with fellow volunteers. If there is a trail that interests you specifically, please let us know.
Be a Trail Reporter
Another way to help use your volunteer energy this season is to be our eyes and ears on the trails and carriage roads and report things such as downed trees, damage to structures (bog bridges, etc.) and other pertinent trail observations. Every bit helps.
Please contact the Preserve at 207-276-3727 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance locating the trails or want to make a report. Click here to view/download a copy of the Preserve trail map.