Greenbelt Land Trust invites you to join our community of volunteers making a difference in the quality of land, water, and wildlife in the Willamette Valley. Perhaps like us, you’re concerned about the loss of open spaces, natural areas, wildlife habitat, and farmlands surrounding our communities in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Perhaps like us, you have a strong desire to help protect native species and diverse ecosystems, and ensure that there is clean air and water for current and future generations. Working together, the Greenbelt community of members, board, staff, and volunteers help make the vision of protected and connected natural lands a reality.

Whether you attend our field days a few times a year, or participate in a longer term volunteer position, we hope to help you live your values through a volunteer experience with Greenbelt.

“Through Greenbelt’s Volunteer Naturalist training program, I became so curious about not just Bald Hill Farm, but about the entire area that I started training to become an Oregon Master Naturalist! I’m excited about all I’m learning in the Master Naturalist course and look forward to sharing that information with the Greenbelt Naturalists and the public who come to enjoy the various Greenbelt properties.” – Stewart, Volunteer Naturalist



Fill out our Sign-Up Form to let us know your volunteer interests and to receive our e-Newsletter with notifications of volunteer opportunities. Or sign-up directly for a volunteer opportunity on our Event Page.


Attend orientation or training for your volunteer opportunity—or learn as you go with daylong volunteer activities. Learn more by downloading our Volunteer Handbook to get the details on being a volunteer with us!

“My participation with Greenbelt reminds me to place a priority on conservation, when it is so easy to get wrapped up in the busy-ness of life. Even volunteering a few hours on a Saturday can help conserve the beautiful spaces around Corvallis is very rewarding.”  – Volunteer

*Volunteers working with youth through partnerships with local schools will be asked to complete a background check.