Get Involved

Volunteers

If you are someone with a smiling face or a warm embrace and you have a love for the world around you, we want you. Volunteers are the life-blood of our organization. We welcome your help organizing events, maintaining trails, leading a trail walk and more. If you have a specialty in identifying birds, plants or animal tracks, we want you. Let’s go for a hike together.  Contact Paul A. Roselli to learn how you can lend a hand. You can contact Paul at info@burrillvillelandtrust.org or call (401) 447-1560 and leave a message.

Board Members

Preserving land is preserving a sense of place for eternity.

As many of you know, land conservation takes a long view into the future. How is that future shaped? What can we do now to make certain the land we own stays free and clear of development? That is where you come in. Want to help shape the future and have a hand in managing land for generations to come? We are looking for new board members. Our meetings are once each month, always on the second Monday of each month. Our meetings last about 2 hours. We talk about events, hikes, walking trails, land deals, managing our woodlands, how to work with our local town government and more. If this sounds like you, please email us at info@burrillvillelandtrust.org or call (401) 447-1560 and leave a message.

Trail Building

Carpenters, builders, loggers, this is a call out to you. We are looking for individuals who can help build a trail along the Edward D. Vock Conservation Area. We envision a trail of 3 to 5 miles long. Sound interesting? Please send an email to info@burrillvillelandtrust.org.

Spring and Fall Cleanup

Homemade desserts. Hot tea and hot chocolate. What do these have to do with Spring and Fall cleanups sponsored by the Burrillville Land Trust? That is your reward after a day of cleaning the trails and roads along our properties. Our Spring cleanup usually coincides with Earth Day and the Fall cleanup takes place in early October. For more information, send an email to info@burrillvillelandtrust.org.

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