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The Land Conservancy of New Jersey relies on the support of volunteers who join us throughout the year to plant trees and flowers, clean up debris, maintain trails, remove invasive plants, and other important tasks that keep our preserves beautiful and safe.

In 2022, our volunteers planted hundreds of trees at South Branch Preserve in Mt. Olive and Nancy Conger West Brook Preserve in West Milford. In 2021 we hosted a series of volunteer cleanup days (in partnership with MEVO) at Stag Hill, a property TLCNJ is returning to its original inhabitants, the Ramapo Lenape Nation. Every spring our volunteers plant new native plants and flowers in the pollinator meadow at South Branch Preserve. This year, volunteers will help us prepare the West Brook's wetlands for the next phase of stream restoration.

By volunteering to help our conservation efforts, you're nurturing New Jersey's precious natural resources, get outside in nature with other like-minded people, and you get the satisfaction of improving your community.

To join our volunteer mailing list and get notified when volunteer opportunities arise, contact Kate Munning at or sign up below.

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