COVID-19 UPDATE: Your health is our top priority. Our Fall workdays require the use of handheld equipment like handsaws and loppers, so we are implementing rigorous disinfecting methods of this equipment before and after scheduled workdays. We are limiting our workdays to 8 people and will be requiring masks during initial training sessions and upon return of all equipment. We ask that you maintain a minimum of 6 ft distance from anyone not in your household. We will be outdoors where we can safely distance everyone before, during, and at the end of the work.
Land Steward Volunteers assist the team of staff, interns, and volunteers at Waukesha County Land Conservancy with land stewardship activities like removing invasive species, wildlife monitoring, and trail maintenance. Our staff works to develop a management plan to guide how we will protect and enhance the conservation benefits of each property, and Land Steward volunteers help us to reach our stewardship goals by working in a specified conservation area on an ongoing basis.
Join us for an upcoming workday this Fall!
All workdays are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
What to wear/bring: long pants, closed-toed shoes, WCLC t-shirt (if you have one), water bottle (water provided)
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Since 1992, the Waukesha County Land Conservancy has worked at fulfilling its mission of protecting environmentally significant lands and water in Waukesha County for future generations.
The Waukesha County Land Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust funded through memberships and donations. With the assistance of professional biologists, naturalists and other land professionals, the Waukesha County Land Conservancy is seeking to protect the most environmentally significant remaining natural areas for the public benefit. Nearly 3,000 acres of primary environmental corridor, undisturbed shoreline, pristine floating bog, uplands, woodlands and wetlands are preserved for generations to come.