Volunteer

Volunteers help fulfill Seno K/RLT Conservancy’s mission

Volunteers removing invasivesHere is the bottom line. We cannot fulfill our mission without the time and talents of volunteers. If you are looking for a place to feel like you make a real difference, Seno KRL/T Conservancy is that place.

Have a look at these categories below and see if they fit your schedule and expertise.

We can provide training and mentoring for many positions.

Current Volunteer Opportunities (As of 6/1/2021)

Volunteers building the Drumlin pier

Environmental Educator Volunteers

Description: Seno K/RLT Conservancy is seeking volunteers to work with both the education committee members and staff to help run educational programs at our Seno Woodland Center in Burlington, throughout Racine and Kenosha counties’ parks, and our conservation subdivisions. We are looking for people with a vested interest in environmental and natural resources education and that love working with children and adults of all ages. All programs and field trips will involve volunteer training days to ensure all volunteers are properly equipped to help run the program and feel confident in their role. If you have a passion for education, we want your help to achieve our vision of creating a mutually beneficial relationship between the land, the water, and the people.
Hours: 2 – 4 hours per program + training days
Contact: Nancy Carlson at nacarlson@hotmail.com

Land Management Volunteers

Description: Seno K/RLT Conservancy is seeking volunteers to help with invasive species control measures at our Seno Woodland Center with close guidance and training from our Buildings and Land Management Committee Chair. We are looking for volunteers who have experience and/or are willing to learn how to use equipment, apply herbicide, and help with tree plantings to help control invasive species and allow our native species to thrive. Time commitment will vary by season.
Hours: 10 – 30 hours monthly on average
Contact: Mark Lesko at mark_lesko@icloud.com

Board Member – Chair of Education Committee

Description: Seno K/RLT Conservancy is seeking volunteer board members with an interest in chairing the Education committee to work with both the committee members and staff to help plan and run educational programs both at our Seno Woodland Center in Burlington and throughout Racine and Kenosha counties. We are looking for people with a vested interest in environmental and natural resources education as well as skills and/or an interest in coordinating educational programs/events to help us achieve our vision of creating a mutually beneficial relationship between the land the water and the people. As a board member your duties will be to know the organization’s purpose, mission, goals, and services and attend and participate in board meetings every-other month (6 meetings annually).
Hours: 45 hours on average annually
Contact: Stacy Santiago at stacy@senokrlt.org

Board Member – Chair of Outreach Committee

Description: Seno K/RLT Conservancy is seeking volunteer board members with an interest in chairing the Outreach Committee to work with both the committee members and staff to help plan and implement outreach efforts to Racine and Kenosha counties. If you have skills or an interest in social media, planning and promoting events/fundraisers, and/or assisting with mailings and newsletters we want your help! We are looking for people with a vested interest in conservation as well as environmental and natural resources education to help us reach new audiences and achieve our vision of creating a mutually beneficial relationship between the land the water and the people. As a board member your duties will be to know the organization’s purpose, mission, goals, and services and attend and participate in board meetings every-other month (6 meetings annually).
Hours: 45 hours on average annually
Contact: Stacy Santiago at stacy@senokrlt.org

If you have time to spare and other talents that you believe would benefit us not listed above, please email Seno K/RLT at senokrlt@senokrlt.org or call 262-529-3222.

Volunteers make the world go ’round!