At Ventura Land Trust, we are grateful to have an extraordinarily strong volunteer base! We invite you to join our community of enthusiastic volunteers who share a passion for protecting open space and the environment. As a small, grassroots organization, volunteers are integral to our success. You can help with projects from our working on land at our preserves to helping out in office to everything in between. We also have a limited number of internships for those who are able to commit to a minimum of 4 hours per week. Thanks for your interest!
Native Habitat Restoration
Help with tree planting, watering, trimming, and overall native plant maintenance.
Help with invasive plant removal, monitoring, trail construction and maintenance.
Help with updating our database, filing, putting together mailings and packets, etc.
We’re looking for people who can help with setup, check-in, ticket sales, beer pouring, merchandise sales, and especially cleanup.
We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers who share our passion for protecting open space and the environment. If you are interested in joining our efforts please sign up below, or contact email@example.com. Our Volunteer Events are fun, informative, and full of interesting people.
Ventura Land Trust offers college and university students the opportunity to work with staff as interns. These unpaid positions may have a Conservation, Education, or Administrative focus. We require a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week, unless special circumstances apply. The Land Trust is willing to coordinate with the student's academic institution for course credit. To inquire about an internship, please send resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line of "Intern Application." Internships are broken down into three classes per year: 1. March to May 2. June to August 3. September to November.