Holden Volunteer Land Stewards promote biodiversity by adopting a natural area in which they help manage and control non-native, invasive plant species.
Volunteers are trained by Holden conservation staff to spot and control — either by hand or chemically) — these alien invaders in our forests. Whether it is “off the beaten path” or just on the edge of the trail, there is a perfect location that needs YOU to protect it.
Both individuals, who will always work with another volunteer or staff member, and groups can serve as Volunteer Land Stewards, working when it is convenient for them — weekdays, evenings or weekends. There are opportunities year round or just during one season with a minimum commitment of one year or season.
Benefits of Becoming a Volunteer Land Steward:
To learn more or sign-up to become a Volunteer Land Steward, contact the Volunteer Office at 440.602.8003 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.