Great opportunities! Come help out! Become a member here.
We have many committees and would love to have your help! We need more members for the following committees:
Education – members act as a sounding board, information source or consultant within the area of education.
Financial – supervises investments in a manner consistent with the financial policies of the Board of Trustees, assists in the preparation of the annual budget, supervises financial and tax audits, and reports regularly on financial matters to the Board of Trustees.
Fundraising – to help develop and implement MALT’s annual fundraising plan
Stewardship – members help photograph, explore and record information about newly conserved lands, monitor existing easement lands, and write monitoring reports.
Recreation and Trails – members act as a sounding board, information source or consultant within the area of trails conservation and development of trails recreation
Lands Task Force – members, using a system in place, help to decide what lands are worth pursuing and which lands we cannot afford to pursue at this time.
If you are interested in any of these committees please contact us at 388-1007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our volunteers have contributed so much this year! Thank you!
Office Volunteers: Dave Hallam, Katherine Branch
Trails: John Derick
TAM Trail Maintenance: John Derick, Melake Getabecha, Kirk Fiske, Geoff Demong, Al Stiles, High School Work Readiness Program studens, Addison County Counseling Service students
Aurora School (Means Woods), Congregational Church (Battell Woods), Middlebury College Mountaineer Club (O’Neil Trail), Middlebury Bike Club (Chipman Hill), Nancy Ward & Sheep Farm Road neighbors (Jackson Trail), Otter Creek Audubon Society (Otter View Park)
United Way Day of Caring
Middlebury High School Students
Committee: Jono Chapin, Christy Lynn, Amy Roberts, Jerrod Rushton, Nicole Wilkerson
Event: Committee plus Story Jenks, John Derick, Molly Robinson
Hikes and Outings Volunteers
Marc Lapin, Ray Coish, Dave Hallam, and Carol Ramsayer
Special Thanks to
Gale Hurd for hosting wildlife walks at her grassland property
Otter Creek Audubon Society- Wildlife Walks