The Conservancy owns and stewards more than 12,000 acres of land throughout Western Pennsylvania. You can help care for these natural areas by joining our monthly land stewardship workdays hosted at sites throughout the region. Typical volunteer activities include removing invasive plants, clearing and repairing hiking trails, and marking property boundaries. View a full list of stewardship workdays and register online.
Help prepare the garden beds for winter by removing annual plants and debris. View a full list of gardens in need of volunteer assistance, or contact Lynn McGuire-Olzak at 412-586-2324 or email@example.com for more information on volunteering.
The Conservancy plants hundreds of trees each fall and spring through its community forestry program, the Pittsburgh Redbud Project and the TreeVitalize Pittsburgh partnership. You can volunteer to plant a tree in the Pittsburgh region, beginning in late October. Planting dates and locations are available at www.waterlandlife.org/300. For more information on volunteering, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-586-2386.