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Please join the North Shore Land Alliance in volunteering with like-minded conservationists and land stewards. The North Shore Land Alliance is a nationally accredited non-profit land trust working to protect and preserve, in perpetuity, the green spaces, farmlands, wetlands, groundwater and historic sites of Long Island's North Shore for the enhancement of quality of life and the benefit of future generations. We rely on volunteers to help us with maintaining our beautiful nature preserves. Please join us with a positive attitude and a hard work ethic! We welcome all volunteers of different backgrounds and interests.

Upcoming events (3)

Trail Maintenance Thursday Volunteer Event

Wawapek Preserve

Please join the North Shore Land Alliance on Thursday, October 17th at Wawapek Preserve in Cold Spring Harbor for Trail Maintenance Thursday! Volunteers will be helping with our switchback trail and other general trail maintenance. Volunteers are advised to wear long pants, long socks, and closed-toe shoes. Tools, bug spray and water will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Due to limited parking, registration is required. You can register with Kristen at [masked]. Additional information will be emailed to volunteers once they register.

World Planting Day Volunteer Event at Cushman Woods

Cushman Woods

Please join the North Shore Land Alliance in celebration of World Planting Day! On Tuesday, October 22nd at Cushman Woods in Matinecock North Shore Land Alliance staff and volunteers will be planting native species to our native planting area. Volunteers are advised to wear long pants, long socks, and closed-toe shoes. Tools, bug spray and water will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Due to limited parking, registration is required. You can register with Kristen at [masked]. Additional information will be emailed to volunteers once they register.

World Planting Day Volunteer Event at Shore Road Sanctuary

Please join the North Shore Land Alliance in celebration of World Planting Day! On Tuesday, October 22nd at the Shore Road Sanctuary located in Cold Spring Harbor. Volunteers will be planting native species in our pollinator garden. Volunteers are advised to wear long pants, long socks, and closed-toe shoes. Tools, bug spray and water will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Due to limited parking, registration is required. You can register with Kristen at [masked]. Additional information will be emailed to volunteers once they register.

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