The West Virginia Land Trust always needs caring citizens to volunteer. Whether you have a group big or small or you just want to personally get involved, we can find a project for you to complete and make a difference with our land conservation efforts. Volunteer projects range from trail work and planting trees, to special events and serving on committees. To learn more, call (304) 413-0945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Event Committees
We are always looking for volunteers to help out with our community events! Or maybe you have an idea for your own fundraiser? We are happy to brainstorm new ideas too! Those interested please call Jessica Spatafore at (304) 413-0945 or email email@example.com.
Trail Work — Morgantown — Toms Run Preserve
The Toms Run Preserve is an 320-acre preserve open to the public for hiking and nature study. Volunteer projects include improving extending trail networks, clearing invasive plants, planning educational programs, and conducting local history research. Anyone interested please call Rick Landenberger at (304) 413-0945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trail Work — Charleston — Wallace Hartman Nature Preserve
The Wallace Hartman Nature Preserve is a 52-acre natural area located minutes from downtown Charleston, W. Va. Volunteer projects include improving parking and accessibility, clearing invasive species, maintaining and fortifying existing trails, extending trail networks, adding interpretive signs, and conducting local history research. Anyone interested please call Rick Landenberger at (304) 413-0945 or email email@example.com.