Nature Portal connects Walworth County to volunteer opportunities at our member locations. Follow the links to each member's volunteer page for more information.
East Troy, WI - Paying service forward to future generations, restoring endangered resource communities, having fun - these are just a few of the reasons to volunteer with Timber-lee.
We work with youth volunteer groups whenever community service activity is wanted, and we also have year-round fleet and building maintenance work needed. Volunteer work can include natural areas restoration, guest service, carpentry and building maintenance, car maintenance.
To volunteer in guest services or the nature center, one would need to be at least 18 years old.
House In The Wood
Delavan, WI - Whether you're looking to spend a few hours or a few days working in the outdoors, there are many different opportunities to volunteer at House In The Wood. All are welcome to our volunteer days scheduled regularly throughout the year. If you're looking for a more involved project over multiple days, we're happy to work with individuals, youth and scouting groups, college student organizations, men's and women's clubs, church groups and others to plan a meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience.
There are no specific skill requirements to volunteer, but we usually need people who are willing to try their hand at painting, cleaning, gardening, clearing brush or doing simple construction projects around our grounds and facilities. House In The Wood is part of a nonprofit organization serving low income youth and families, and the work of our volunteers is essential to the pursuit of this mission.
Kettle Moraine Land Trust
Elkhorn, WI - Kettle Moraine Land Trust (KMLT) is a local conservation organization that owns and maintains nature preserves for public enjoyment and biodiversity, and partners with public and private landowners to offer guided events in natural spaces, as well as to protect important natural resources in the community. We depend on volunteers to help us with stewardship and maintenance needs.
KMLT has regular workdays at its preserves and partner properties where volunteers pull garlic mustard, gather brush, cut buckthorn and other invasives, and maintain trails. We also staff environmental education displays and booths at events such as Elkhorn’s Oktoberfest and Farm Tech Days, as well as need hosting help at our guided nature programs. Volunteers of all skill levels are welcome. Some opportunities are family-friendly and we’ll note that on the calendar and Activities page.