Stewardship Volunteer Program
We're excited to launch our revamped Stewardship Volunteer Program!
Stewardship and restoration contributes to healthy ecosystems and wildlife populations, as well as safe and positive visitor experiences at our nature reserves. In addition to helping with conservation, volunteering with TTLT is a great way to spend some time in nature, meet like minded-people, learn and share your knowledge and experience, and have some fun along the way. We're pleased to offer an increased range of opportunities to help out with this work, including some weekend opportunities.
Take a look through the role descriptions listed below, then fill out our volunteer application form to get started.
Check out our events page to see some upcoming volunteer events including Buckthorn Busts, gardening, and seed collecting.
Membership and Marketing Committee
We are looking for volunteers on our Membership and Marketing Committee (M&M). This is a great opportunity to make a noticeable impact on the Thames Talbot Land Trust and our community. The expectations of this role is to attend the committee meetings approximately once every 2 months, volunteer at some of the events hosted by the M&M Committee, bring an enthusiasm for new ideas and passion to our great cause.
The Membership and Marketing Committee provides guidance to staff and the Board on matters relating to maintaining and increasing the membership base of TTLT and increasing the profile of the Trust. Its tasks include:
- Communicating with TTLT members, including Tattler newsletter and TTLT websites
- Cultivating media relations
- Organizing public events such as the annual EcoFolk concert and Passport events
- Planning for other promotional activities including presentations and event displays
- Recruiting members, donors, and volunteers
Interested? Please contact Colin at email@example.com or 519-858-3442.
Writing for the TTLT Blog Page
The Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) publishes a variety of stories and information. Whether it is about your connection to nature, our properties, the animals that use them, a concern that should be brought forward or a volunteer that deserves recognition. Our posts are meant to inspire and captivate nature lovers. If we can create a community of nature lovers, we can create a passion to conserve the natural world that surrounds us.
Pitching your story
Writing for TTLT is an opportunity for people to express their creativity through story-telling. Are you interested in sharing your story? Send a brief (two to three sentence long) outline of your potential blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org. We require all submissions be of original work and related to nature and/or conservation.