Habitat Restoration

Location: Lincoln, MA
Sanctuary: Drumlin Farm

Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm is a 206-acre working farm and sanctuary with diverse field, forest, and wetland habitats that support many plant and animal species and link other open space lands in a regional wildlife corridor. We work hard to create and maintain quality habitats within the sanctuary but need your help. Join us if you are interested in: improving habitat quality for native species; learning about plant ID and restoration techniques; spending time outside with like-minded people. Volunteer sessions will be scheduled throughout the winter and spring. Join us for the dates you can attend. Contact Pam for dates and more information.


Adults and teens, age 15 and older. The tasks are physical and require walking on uneven surfaces.

How to Apply

For more information, please contact

Pam Sowizral, Volunteer Coordinator
Job# 3281

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