Students from the Sheridan High School Woods I class with a bridge the class designed, built and installed at Hidden Hoot Trail

Volunteers are the heart and soul of our Sheridan County community.

No matter your age or ability, there’s a place for you to make a difference through Sheridan Community Land Trust. From trail maintenance to exploring history and more, meet others in your community and celebrate your local volunteer opportunities with us.

Here are a few ways our awesome volunteers have helped:

  • Trail Ambassadors
  • Historical Interpretation, Artifacts and Photos
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Biological Surveys
  • And so much more….

How to become a volunteer

  • 1. Please review our Privacy Policy and Volunteer Handbook before submitting any of these forms.
  • 2. Please Sign Up to Volunteer to be notified of upcoming opportunities.
  • 3. Please report your Hours here – we are so grateful for your time, effort and enthusiasm and hope that Volunteering has added to your enjoyment and sense of community. By reporting your hours, you are helping SCLT obtain funding and support that keeps our community vibrant. Thank you!

Additional Resources

If you have questions about volunteering, contact [email protected]

If you’re an employer interested in a volunteer team-building opportunity, contact: [email protected]

If you’re interested in volunteering with our history program, contact: [email protected]

If you’re interested in helping location conservation as a volunteer, contact: [email protected]