Whether you volunteer with a group or on your own, giving of your time can be a rewarding experience. Volunteers can choose the types of projects they would like to help with.  We enjoy working with Eagle Scouts and Girl Scouts, as well as various youth and adult groups.

Email us  or call 319-523-8381 to discuss your ideas or areas of interest.  Some jobs are quite easy while others require a bit of knowledge and/or physical activity.

Office Work:

  • Fold and label newsletters – we do this 4 times a year, you could help for a few hours, half a day or until the job is done.

Langwood Adventure Day (or other EE programs):

  • Leading or assisting with a session
  • Cooking or serving food
  • Assisting with registration

Annual Halloween Hike:

  • Baking treats and/or serving refreshments
  • Making costumes and props
  • Acting in skits or leading group hikes
  • Setting out luminaries and lighting them

Langwood High Ropes Challenge Course:

  • Get trained to be a belayer
  • Trained belayers can save their group money when volunteering, or they can volunteer for us!
  • Note – belaying requires quite a bit of physical activity and prior training

Natural Resources:

  • Assisting with prescribed fire
  • Trimming trails
  • Removing invasive species (garlic mustard, cedars, honeysuckle and more…)
  • Litter Clean-up Events

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Donations from individuals, organizations and businesses allow Louisa County Conservation to offer more programming and improve our areas. Use of your donation can designated for a specific project or used where it is most needed.

Memorial Donations & Bequests

Louisa County Conservation respectfully accepts and honors memorial donations and bequests. Donations can be made for a specific purpose, project, event or as a general donation. If you are interested in a memorial gift such as a tree or bench, please contact the Executive Director at 319-523-8381.

Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation

Louisa County Conservation partners with Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation on a number of projects and events. Tri-Rivers is a 501c3, non-profit organization that funds conservation related projects in the Louisa Resource Area. 

Find out more at Tri-Rivers.org

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