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Share your love of nature with others

Help care for beautiful preserved properties, build and maintain trails to ensure our natural spaces remain accessible for everyone to explore, or share your love of nature with others through education programs. A variety of opportunities are available depending on your skills, interests, and availability. We’ll provide all the information and tools you need to feel confident.

Contact Amanda Weisenberger at 256-534-5263 or for more information or to receive notifications of upcoming volunteer needs.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities



With miles of trails, we can always use some extra hands! By giving of your time and energy, you help enhance a quality of life for our thriving community. Check our event calendar for upcoming work days. 

Individuals or organizations can become an essential partner in the maintenance of the Land Trust’s ten public nature preserves by joining our Trail Care Corps

Corporate, Community and Non-Profit Groups are invited to help the Land Trust through Team Building Events that offer collaborative, hands-on activities such as construction projects, clean-up efforts and trail maintenance. To get started, submit our Team Build Request Form.

2024 Trail Care sponsored by
Mazda Toyota Manufacturing



Inspire the next generation to connect with nature by assisting with environmental education programs, leading guided hikes, and sharing information about the Land Trust at community events.

Events & Administration

Lend a hand at an upcoming fundraising event or help with projects around the office.


We can always use professional photography from our work days, hikes, events, and trails.

Help as you Hike!

  • Use iNaturalist to help identify and document flora and fauna. No plant or animal identification knowledge required and the app works with any smartphone. By documenting what you find along your hike, you can help us inventory the incredibly varied species residing on our properties.
  • All hikers should leave no trace but you can go the extra mile by bringing along a garbage bag and gloves to pick up trash you spot along the trails.
  • If you see something that needs our attention, please let us know so we can correct it quickly!

Contact Amanda Weisenberger, Volunteer Coordinator, or 256-534-5263 to get started.

Other Ways to Give

You can advance conservation through legacy gifts, memorials and honorariums, land donation, and more. Find the option that works for you.

For more information about giving opportunities, contact Hallie Porter, Development Director, at or 256-534-5263.