On Wednesday, March 1, at 7:00 pm, the public is invited to attend a program that will provide an introduction to the land conservation work of the Attleboro Land Trust.
The program will give some background on the founding of the non-profit organization in 1990, describe the various public walking trails available on its 492 acres of conservation land, and explain how citizens can get involved to help maintain trails, save more land, and ensure that the organization continues to thrive.
The meeting will be held in the Balfour Room at the Attleboro Public Library, 74 North Main Street, Attleboro.
Some volunteers serve as site stewards by “adopting” one of the Attleboro Land Trust nature preserves, individually or with a group, such as a group of neighbors, church group, youth group, or fraternal organization. The duties of a site steward are to:
- Walk the property on a regular basis
- Pick up litter
- Report vandalism
- Help with routine trail maintenance
- Assist with special projects
Volunteers are also needed to help with educational outreach, fundraising, social media, real estate transactions, boundary monitoring, and event planning.
For more information, contact Charlie Adler by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 508-223-3060 ext. 4.