Give a Windmill Tour, Host a Nature Center, Ride the Great Western Trail — How to Become a Forest Preserve Volunteer
Dedicate your time and talent to the Kane County Forest Preserve District through volunteering, helping to restore, protect and preserve the natural habitats in our area.
Volunteers are needed in the following areas: natural resources (including seed harvest volunteers, stewards, preserve monitors, adopt-a-trail participants, tree care volunteers, and horticulturist/garden volunteers); program/special events (including nature center hosts, nature program volunteers and special event volunteers); cultural preservation (including windmill docents and millers, Japanese garden volunteers, Fabyan Villa docents, Pioneer Sholes School volunteers, and Durant House Museum volunteers); and public safety (including campground hosts and mounted rangers).
Find out more about the volunteer positions available and the requirements for each at an upcoming Volunteer Orientation meeting. Orientations are from 7-8 p.m., at Forest Preserve District headquarters, on the following dates:
- Wednesday, July 30
- Thursday, Sept. 18
- Wednesday, Nov. 12
Please RSVP if you plan to attend by calling our volunteer office at 630-208-8662, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Forest Preserve District headquarters is located at 1996 S. Kirk Rd., Ste. 320, Geneva.
For more information on volunteering for the Forest Preserve District of Kane County, visit www.kaneforest.com.
SOURCE: Kane County Forest Preserve District