An employer-sponsored service day is a great way for your group to contribute high impact volunteerism for the landscape we all love.
UVLT’s new Corporate Volunteer Program focuses recruitment around program design that builds skills, encourages fun, and generates outcomes that really matter. UVLT currently manages and maintains over 500 conserved properties in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire. Corporate service volunteers participate in our conservation efforts and land stewardship tasks, out on the land, in our office, or in shop space.
Your company’s personalized event(s) can be designed to include any of the following opportunities: guided hikes, team building activities, trail maintenance projects, flora and fauna inventories, invasive plant management, wildlife habitat improvement, or we can host employee appreciation events in conjunction with a service project. UVLT’s Stewardship Team will work with your company to create a memorable experience built around your interests, abilities and goals.
Some recent examples of our work with corporate partners:
Celdara Medical Habitat restoration
Hypertherm Invasive species management
King Arthur Flour Trail building
Maponics Building bog bridges
TomTom Invasive species management
Tuck School of Business Trail Building
White Mountain Capital Building Stairs
Geokon Building Bird Houses
Contact us today to discuss your options and schedule a volunteer day for your team!
Email Community Outreach Coordinator Brie Swenson at email@example.com
We offer many types of projects to help your team give back to their communities
Trail Maintenance – Low Difficulty
Get out on the trail with basic hand tools to cut vegetation, clear drainages, and maintain trail structures.
Trail Construction – Moderate Difficulty
Assist in building Trail Structures like stone steps, wooden foot bridges, new trails, and other permanent features. Training, materials, and leadership provided.
Easement Monitoring – Low Difficulty
Head into the field with UVLT staff to learn the ropes of easement and boundary monitoring. After a brief training, divide into groups to patrol property boundaries with your new geographic skill set.
Habitat Restoration – Low Difficulty
Learn about and remove different invasive plants and help native flora to compete in priority habitat areas.
Citizen Scientist – Low Difficulty
Work Independently or in teams to inventory, catalog, and map native, non-native and invasive species while exploring the landscape.
Building Together – Moderate Difficulty
UVLT is always looking for skilled builders to fabricate, design, and install trailhead kiosks, habitat boxes, benches, picnic tables, and other outdoor structures.
BYOS: Bring Your Own Skills – Our Specialty!
What does your team do best? UVLT has countless ways to engage volunteers. Tell us where your skills lie and we will be happy to match your group with the right service opportunity! We can work with you to create a day full of stewardship and fun; matching your group’s interests and abilities.