At the heart of all non-profit organizations are the members and volunteers who make the mission of the organization possible. The Squam Lakes Conservation Society (SLCS) has been fortunate in having dedicated members who provide financial support, make up the Board of Directors, serve on committees, and assist with a variety of programs. Please join us!
Financial support allows us to work towards our mission. Visit our Support Us page to find out more about the different ways you can financially support us.
Volunteers perform a number of valuable activities from conservation easement monitoring to other duties related to land stewardship including pulling invasive plant species, to picking up roadside trash and helping the stewardship staff with a variety of projects. For example during the summer of 2018, we focused our efforts on removing invasive bittersweet, honeysuckle, and multiflora rose, etc. at Mill Brook Preserve every Wednesday morning! Visit our Volunteer page to find out more about volunteer opportunities including conservation easement monitoring opportunities.