Lincoln Conservation Volunteer Program Application
The Town of Lincoln has 80+ miles of trails across over 5 square miles of conservation land. The Department and Lincoln Land Conservation Trust staff spend a great deal of effort on sound stewardship of the land. Staff are seeking assistance from volunteers to perform trail upkeep and education/outreach.

Adopt-A-Trail Volunteer duties may include:
Reporting on overall trail condition, hazards, wildlife issues, signage issues, and fallen trees
Picking up litter
Removing brush and fallen twigs from the trail surface, and removing overhanging branches or brush that blocks the trail

Volunteer Ranger duties may include:
• Educating Flints Pond visitors about the importance of staying away from the Flints Pond edge – no fishing, swimming, wading, or boating allowed.
• Educating visitors at Flints Pond, Mt. Misery and other areas about the importance of being in control of their pets and removing dog waste from the property.
• Rewarding good behavior of dog owners on the trails

We expect all volunteers to report basic information on visitor interaction and observed trail uses on a Google or paper spreadsheet once a month. At least one trail sweep required each month.

Who can become a Conservation Volunteer?

Anyone who is passionate about protecting conservation land and eager to be a welcoming ambassador to trail users is encouraged to apply. Individuals (must be 18 years old or work with a consenting adult), families or groups (scouts, school classes, youth groups, etc) who meet the following qualifications:
Love for our trails
Willingness to perform light manual labor and/or educate visitors about trail regulations.
Ability to go out onto the trails on average once per month (on your own schedule)
Comfortable navigating on one or more trail systems or able to use OuterSpatial (to mark locations of issues to report back to the Conservation Department)

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First and Last Name *
Complete Mailing Address *
Email Address *
Phone Number (cell) *
Phone Number (home)
Best Way to reach you? *
Why are you interested in becoming a Conservation Volunteer? *
Which volunteer program are you most interested in? *
Are you able to commit to volunteering at least once a month? * *
Are you willing to perform light maintenance work including picking up litter, removing brush and fallen twigs from the trails, and removing overhanging brush that blocks the trails? *
Are you willing to approach strangers and provide positive reinforcement when good behavior is observed or provide gentle reminders and suggestions when people or dogs are not following the water supply rules? *
Are you available on weekends/weekdays/both? * *
Are you comfortable navigating one or more trail systems, or able to use the OuterSpatial app? *
Which trail system would you like to work in? Trail map can be found here: *
Do you have anything else to add that you think will be helpful for us to know? *
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