Genesee Valley Conservancy benefits immensely from the knowledge and time of volunteers within the community.  Whether you assist one afternoon for a few hours or dedicate yourself to serving on a committee, your help is sincerely appreciated.  Read below to see some of the ways you can get involved!

Offer organizational skills to help out in the office: Scanning and organizing files, helping with membership mailings, data entry, and other tasks. 

Get out in the field: Become a field volunteer and work on one of Genesee Valley Conservancy’s nature preserves: maintaining trails, planting trees/shrubs, mowing fields, removing litter, and other maintenance activities.

Lead a nature walk or lecture: If you have environmental related knowledge, lead a nature walk or present a lecture in your area of expertise as part of Genesee Valley Conservancy's annual series of events.

Provide professional advice or services: Surveyors, lawyers, writers, and other professionals can volunteer their services to Genesee Valley Conservancy to help in their area of expertise on our next project.

Serve on a committee: Serve on a committee in your area of interest: Acquisitions, Communications, Development, Finance, Stewardship, Development, Oak Tree Race. Each committee meets on a different schedule and takes a varying amount of commitment.

Contact the Genesee Valley Conservancy office if you are interested in volunteering!