Volunteers are often the lifeblood of a non-profit organization. Although the Geneva Lake Conservancy is staffed by full-time professionals, we too rely on persons who can contribute their time and talents to aid our cause. Some volunteer roles are quite exciting, others merely mundane (but no less important). No matter what the contribution, we are proud to designate all volunteers as members of the “Conservancy Corps.”
Land Protection Workdays! HERE are our current workdays.
Fontana Mill House
Work in the gardens or help with painting the fence, front porch, or back deck. We would also welcome anyone with handyman skills to fix odds and ends in the house, also spring cleVaning help would be great!
Plant, weed, cut or burn as part of the maintenance and management of prairies, woodlands and wetlands.
Work with interested landowners in reintroducing native vegetation to their properties, particularly in sensitive shoreland areas.
We can always use help such as stuffing envelopes, affixing mailing labels, data entry and tech support.
Promote the Conservancy at local cultural events, fairs and club meetings, and show the video, “Preserving the Legacy”.
Plan fundraising and educational events.
Write articles for our newsletter or other publications.
Monitor local and county government planning and zoning actions.
Tell us how you would like to participate – call (262-275-5700) or email the Conservancy today!