With a small staff and over 600 acres of land to monitor and maintain, Hollow Oak Land Trust relies on volunteers to help us protect local land.
Trail Luv Mondays
Weekly Trail Maintenance March – October; Mondays, 5:30 – 7:30pm
- Location varies, please see the Events page for details or contact email@example.com
- Hollow Oak volunteers work with staff support and guidance to maintain and expand the sustainable trail system for hiking and biking in several of our conservation areas. Activities include pruning vegetation, digging erosion mitigation features, raking debris and trash removal. Work gloves and water provided, refreshments served afterward.
Lead a hike. We also appreciate suggestions for great places to hike and connect members with nature.
Assist with monitoring one the places Hollow Oak protects on a regular basis (approximately 4-6 visits per year) to assess the condition and needs of the preserve and keep us informed of any issues.
Become a Land Steward
Help us care for protected land. Hollow Oak relies on volunteers to help steward its many conservation easements and preserves. As opposed to one-time work-party events, our volunteer land stewards “adopt” a property and help care for it over a period of years.
Take pictures and/or video throughout the year for use in Hollow Oak’s publications, website, and social media.
Actively share information about Hollow Oak’s work in Pennsylvania on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Youth Groups and Scout Troops
Taking care of the land is a great fit with the values and missions of many youth organizations. Volunteering to conserve Pennsylvania’s natural heritage is a great way to learn while giving back to the
Internships and Student Projects
Give back to your community by working with Hollow Oak to protect and connect local greenspaces.