Volunteering for the Southbury Land Trust is a rewarding way to actively participate in conservation where you live.
Bring your skills and time-have fun and learn new skills while giving back to the community in a meaningful way.
Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available in a number of different positions: stewardship, maintaining and building hiking trails, monitoring properties, invasive plant removal, native plant restoration and installations, events, education and outreach, archival management and office assistance.
Members are at the core of our success, helping to conserve more than 2,000 acres since 1978.
Make a donation to the Southbury Land Trust, and your gift joins others to keep hiking trails open, and more!
The Ivers/Sedergren Scholarship is available to rising high school seniors who will pursue environmental studies in college.
Memorial benches are a fitting tribute to loved ones, community leaders, and those who we fondly remember.
We have the best volunteers! Whatever your superpower-trail maintenance, educational outreach, archivist and office help-you are welcome here.
Members are at the very core of our success in preserving more than 2,000 acres of open space to date. Your membership allows us to maintain properties, keep trails open to the public, offer educational programming, and keep the lights on in the office.
Memorial benches and legacy gifts are a fitting tribute to a loved one's memory; or to celebrate an outstanding community or family member with a passion for the environment and wildlife.