Your Local Land Trust Needs Your Help. Sign up to Volunteer!
Volunteering with the North Shore Land Alliance is a great way to get involved and give back to your community.
Sign up today and let us know how you would like to volunteer and what your interests are, and we will reach out to you.
Questions? Contact us at 516-922-1028 or email@example.com to be added to our volunteer email list.
Here are a few ways you can get involved:
Remove invasive plants, plant native species, restore and maintain trails and gardens, mark property boundaries and help with other stewardship-oriented activities. Document the occurrence of flora and fauna at one or more of our preserves.
Education and Outreach
Encourage the next generation of conservation leaders by facilitating nature walks, field trips and educational activities to help children and adults gain a better understanding of and respect for the natural world.
We would love to have more beautiful photographs of our preserves and other natural areas and events for our publications and website.
Humes Japanese Stroll Garden
Work with our Stroll Garden manager on projects unique to this special site on specific volunteer days.
Roosevelt Community Garden
Work with our Master Gardeners on projects unique to this special site on specific volunteer days.
Conservation NewsVolunteers for Open Space
Our first order of business at the charming Williams Preserve in Lattingtown, donated by Mary and Tim Williams, was to mow the areas along the driveway to facilitate access for maintenance. We then conducted an initial clearing of what will become a tiny parking area, to be installed once we have secured local approval. Since […]Continue reading
The Land Alliance is grateful to Peter O’Connor (aka Dr. FrankenTree) for his ingenuity and enthusiasm in his volunteer efforts with the Land Alliance. He is one of our most dedicated volunteers and lends a helping hand every week. He can regularly be seen in the Humes Japanese Stroll Garden cutting bamboo, digging up rhizomes and preparing the Garden for visitors.Continue reading
The Roosevelt Community Garden has become an avenue for adults and children to work together to grow fresh wholesome food while learning about agriculture, biodiversity and appreciation of the outdoors.Continue reading
We were kept busy with mowing the phase two area of the meadow this year but unfortunately that was more due to controlling weed growth than keeping winter rye from going to seed, (as had been the case with phase one). Last fall’s seeding of the phase two area was less productive than phase one’s. […]Continue reading