Get Involved

There are lots of great ways to get involved at Whatcom Land Trust.

  • Volunteer: WLT has an ongoing need for volunteers for a variety of tasks: invasive plant removal, wildlife surveys, event support, publications distribution — there are opportunities for every level of availability and skill.
  • Donate your services or provide financial support: WLT benefits from the generous donations of many businesses and individuals throughout the county. We are grateful for every one of our supporters.
  • Advise us: Bring your professional-level skills and perspectives to committees and taskforces addressing outreach, fundraising, communications, community engagement, habitat enhancement, and other WLT activities.
  • Attend an event: Native Plant interpretive walks, birding tours, salmon spawning tours, geology tours — see our Events page for upcoming events.
  • Become a Volunteer Land Steward: Each year WLT recruits and trains a small group of volunteers who take on the substantial responsibility of monitoring, tending and reporting on one of WLT’s properties. (Some level of fitness and outdoor navigation proficiency is required.)
  • Connect with us: Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter or follow us on Facebook.

Volunteers on South Fork

Volunteers remove debris on the South Fork.

More information on work parties and other stewardship opportunities can be found on our Volunteer page or Events page.