We are closely following the advice and guidelines of public health officials and are regularly updating our procedures and protocols to ensure the safety of our community. Please use our volunteer email for questions or inquiries. Thanks for your understanding, we sincerely appreciate it!
Please note: while we welcome all volunteers, we are unable to sign off on court-appointed community service hours.
Athens Land Trust is seeking volunteers to lend a hand during the 2023 MLK Day of Service at Southeast Clarke Park. Volunteers will work with ALT’s Conservation team to restore native species to the landscape. This is a great opportunity to learn about the management of invasive plants and habitat restoration techniques in the Georgia Piedmont, give back to your community, and get out and enjoy the sunshine!
Volunteer at Williams Farm
We are looking for members of the community who would like to come and lend a helping hand at our Williams Farm! Volunteers will help with farm tasks such as planting, weeding, harvesting, and washing, and packing freshly harvested veggies as well as assisting our Farm Incubators as needed. This is a great opportunity to learn about farming, give back to your community, or just get out and enjoy the sunshine!
Invasive Species Plant Removal Work Days at Heritage Park
The Oconee County Parks and Recreation Department and the Keep Oconee County Beautiful Commission, in partnership with Athens Land Trust and Kel-Mac Saddle Club, will host Invasive Species Plant Removal Work Days at Heritage Park this fall and winter. Volunteers and staff will work to remove Autumn Olive, a plant that is crowding out native species and causing ecological harm to the local forest and its inhabitants. No training or experience is necessary to participate in this work day. Volunteers will be trained in identification and removal of invasive plant species, and tools will be provided.