Volunteer Orientation and Training
The success of many of Douglas Land Conservancy’s activities depends on our wonderful volunteers. However, all work and no play is not DLC’s idea of volunteering! Although DLC benefits greatly from the support of our volunteers, we want our volunteers to benefit as well.
Volunteering is a great way to share your knowledge, your expertise, your creativity, and your time with DLC while pursuing your passions, making new friends, learning new things, and having fun.
We could use your help in 2019…
Assist on Hikes
Writing (grants, blogs or articles for local papers)
Solicit Event Sponsorships
Solicit Auction Items
Join a DLC Committee; new in 2019 Plein Air Committee
Host Visiting Artists During the Plein Air Event
Administrative Assistance (data entry or assist with mailers)
Ready to learn more?
Sign up for one of the two upcoming DLC orientation and volunteer information sessions.
Click on the date below to register for one of our 2019 DLC Orientation and Volunteer Training Sessions:
Douglas Land Conservancy offers several guided hike opportunities throughout the year. All hikes are free and open to the public. DLC does suggest a small donation per person attending each hike (usually $5 to $10) to help us continue our mission of the protection of open space in our region of Colorado. All hike dates, times and locations are subject to change. Please check back often for updates or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to reserve a spot for a certain hike.
Plein Air Painting Event
Each year, DLC invites several renowned artists to visit private and conserved properties in Douglas County as part of a fundraiser. The artists paint during the week, and then a portion of the proceeds from all art sales benefits the land conservancy. Last year’s event was a resounding success, and plans are already underway for DLC’s Sixth Annual Plein Air Event, coming up in June of 2019.