Volunteers are a vital component of non-profit organizations, and opportunities abound at Kachemak Heritage Land Trust for people with any of a number of skills.
Volunteering is a fun and rewarding way to meet people who share your interest in land conservation, while enjoying the satisfaction of being actively involved in your land trust and learning more about our operations.
Much of the office assistance work can be done right at home if more convenient for you. If you are interested, please contact the Development Coordinator.
Help fold and tape newsletters and other mailings, stuff envelopes, put on labels.
Graphics / Advertising:
Design flyers and cards for special events or mailings.
Help maintain and update the KHLT website and/or Facebook page.
Assist staff with technology issues, upgrades, networking, etc.
Funding Research / Grant Writing:
Search for new funding sources for our general operations and specific projects.
Prepare grant outlines based on the potential funders’ specific guidelines.
Match upcoming or ongoing tasks with volunteer interests and abilities, and contact volunteers to schedule specific assignments.
Carpentry / General Repairs:
Perform handyman repairs on the KHLT office property as needed.
Help maintain foot trails at our office location and nature trail properties. Pick up litter along trails, cut back vegetation interfering with trail usage, repair boardwalk or signs as needed.
Assistant Property Monitor:
Accompany staff in the field, assisting with monitoring and photo documentation of KHLT conservation land. This position entails hiking in some rough and often wet terrain, in variable weather conditions.
To volunteer for facilities or trail maintenance, or to become an assistant property monitor, please contact the Stewardship Director.