There are many ways to get involved from surveying our region collecting data to joining a trail crew to eradicate invasives along trails. you can also help out behind the scenes with educational materials or data processing.
Please see our Events page to sign up for training to become an ISF surveying volunteer. Sign up for one of the "Invasives Stike Force Training" sessions to become an ISF surveying volunteer to help map invasives plants along hiking trails.
Our 2017 Surveyor Training workshops have passed.
Get on the ISF Newsletter Mailing List to be alerted when our 2018 workshops are scheduled:
Send an email to [email protected] to get added to the Invasives Strike Force volunteer mailing list. We send out a monthly email with news about what's going on.
The Trail Conference's Invasives Strike Force Trail Crew is made up of volunteers dedicated to eradicating invasive plants along hiking trails in the region. Anyone can participate in the Invasives Strike Force Trail Crew - prior attendance at a training workshop is not required and you do not need to know how to identify the plants. We provide on-the-job training. For all trips, bring work gloves, water and lunch. We provide the tools. Trips will usually be cancelled if it is raining.
Get on the ISF Trail Crew Mailing List
Seasonal ISF Conservation Corps Crew
Please see what our 2016 ISF Conservation Corps Crew and prior crews have accomplished!
Our crew typically serves 40 hour per week from mid-May to mid-September. Housing is provided and Conservation Corps crew members receive a living stipend.