No matter what skills and experience you have, The Little Forks Conservancy can always use a helping hand! Whether it's planting native species, removing invasive species, or maintaining a preserve's trails, your help is greatly appreciated. In 2019, volunteers contributed over 900 hours building 450 feet of boardwalk, constructing over 1 mile of trail, planting 150 trees and removing over 6 acres of invasive species. What will you do to help this year?
Volunteers are needed most during the months of March to November; our new forms allow you to choose a role that fits your schedule and abilities!
Download a volunteer application or fill out our online volunteer application:
Online Volunteer Application
Update My Information
Following the application process you will start to receive our e-news with events and opportunities. If you wish to schedule an opportunity reach out to Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting at Gladwin City Park
October 8th 10AM - 1PM
Macroinvertebrate ID Nite
Little Forks Conservancy Office
125 McDonald Street, Midland
October 10th 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Head over to the Events Page for
full details and registration.
As always, we aim to keep everyone safe during volunteer workdays; please follow CDC guidelines! Come prepare with your own water as we are unable to provide water or snacks at this time so plan accordingly.