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How do we protect and maintain more than 1,000 acres of open space?  VOLUNTEERS!


North Shore Land Alliance rely on volunteers to help  with a wide range of activities such as reporting observations at local preserves and offering a helping hand for trail restoration and invasive species management.  In addition, volunteers assist in the office by conducting online research, helping with bulk mailings, writing letters to editors, speaking to elected officials, commenting on our blog and updating our social networking sites.

Community Outreach Liaison – Distribute marketing and promotional information, making educational presentations to small groups or contacting local political officials.

Office Assistant –  Conduct online research, organize files, assist with bulk mailings or perform data entry.

Educator/Outdoor Specialist – If you’re passionate about botany, ponds and woodlands exploration, investigating specific wildlife and plants, then let us know – because we’re looking for experts in these fields. We need educators to guide nature walks at local preserves and parks to help children and adults gain a better understanding of and respect for the natural world. Previous experience, whether it be teaching or personal experience, is required for this position.

Land Steward – Help take care of our preserves by visiting them regularly throughout the year to help remove invasive plants, restore trails, mark property boundaries and help with other maintenance oriented activities.

Photographer/Videographer –  Capture images or videos which can be featured on our website, in our publications and on other printed materials and social media platforms.


How to Become a Volunteer:

Click here to register online to become a North Shore Land Alliance Volunteer.  Once we have your contact information, our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to discuss your interests.  For immediate assistance, contact Andrea Millwood at 516-922-1028 or send an email to andrea@northshorelandalliance.org.