Harwich Conservation Trust Seeks Volunteers at Cold Brook Preserve

HARWICH – In preparation for the future ecological restoration of the Robert Smith Cold Brook Preserve, the Harwich Conservation Trust is seeking volunteers to collect data on property visitation.

Volunteers are needed at the entrance of the preserve on selected days to greet and count visitors for three hours shifts.

Counters will record the entrance and exit time for each visitor and suggest that they fill out a Visitor Experience survey available on site.

The data gathered will be used by the Environmental Protection Agency and the HCT to inform future ecological research projects, including at the preserve.

Interested volunteers should be prepared to sit and/or stand for three hours per shift with a clipboard and data sheets, along with food, water, sunscreen, and insect repellent as needed.

The shifts are suitable for anyone 18 years of age or older.

For more information or to sign up to volunteer, contact Tyler at the Harwich Conservation Trust.

The Harwich Conservation Trust works to preserve land that protects woods, water, wildlife and our shared quality of life.

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