Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
Volunteers from the community help us do the work that needs to get done in order for us to exist, function and operate on a daily basis. We offer many opportunities for volunteers to get involved and help out according to a schedule that works for them based on desire and availability, and we also host a monthly Volunteer Work Day that includes a community potluck lunch.
Projects for Volunteer Work Days may include: gathering, processing and preparing natural materials for classes; removal of invasive species and regenerative land tending to support the growth of native plants; community outreach at events and hanging flyers around town, chopping wood, carrying water, etc., and more.
Are you interested in volunteering for an upcoming class or a Volunteer Work Day? That's great! Thank you!
The application process might sound familiar: just tell us a bit about who you are, and where you're coming from.
Answer these questions with as much complexity as you feel moved to. What excites you most about rewilding? What has been your experience, if any, of practicing place-based living skills? Most importantly, which upcoming programs are you most interested in volunteering for?