Thanks to people like you – volunteers who care about Lowell and the conservation of its special places – Lowell has some of the best urban walks, parks, and “hidden gems” around.
But we can’t make this happen without you. Volunteering is a great way to get to know new people and build new skills.
If you would like to take part in helping us create community through conservation, we invite you to join our team of volunteers. We need extra eyes and ears on our properties, extra hands in the office, and people who share our love of the land and special places in Lowell.
Explore our volunteer opportunities below and, if you’re interested, please fill out our brief volunteer application. Feel free to call Jane or Emily at (978) 934-0030 or you can reach out to us via email.
Please contact Jane Calvin, Executive Director, at (978) 934-0030 to discuss group/corporate volunteer opportunities. The more notice we have the better, but sometimes the last-minute volunteer group is exactly what we need.
Here’s what some of our volunteers have said:
Alewife Monitoring- “I really enjoyed reading others’ observations. It was like we were writing a communal nature journal! This delightful perk took the edge off of not seeing fish!” – Sheila, volunteer from Lowell and Board member
Office Help- “I enjoy the change and conversation during mailings. Call me anytime. I’ll be glad to come down to help.” – Maria, volunteer from Lowell
Landscaping/Gardening- “I enjoyed working at the park (Jollene Dubner Park)…I was so inspired. I got some flowers for my front porch and puttered around my yard all afternoon!” – Nancy, volunteer from Lowell