We Need TLGV Rangers - Become One Today!
If you enjoy meeting people and love The Last Green Valley, the TLGV Ranger Program is for you.
TLGV Rangers are trained volunteers who support the organization by presenting information at fairs and festivals, and conducting outreach programs throughout the National Heritage Corridor. TLGV Rangers are essential to articulating the mission, important work and membership benefits of joining TLGV - and they have fun doing it!
Chief Ranger Bill Reid trains and supervises TLGV Rangers. If you are interested in becoming a TLGV Ranger, please contact Bill at 860-774-3300 or email Bill@tlgv.org. All Rangers receive free training and background materials. Learn more about the benefits and responsibilities of becoming a TLGV Ranger.
The Last Green Valley Ranger Program is proudly supported by:
Free Ranger Programs/Talks For Your Organization
Do you belong to an organization that is looking for an interesting and informative program? Consider a presentation about The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor by a TLGV Ranger. We currently offer 10 different presentations, each lasting approximately 45 minutes. We also provide free brochures and other materials celebrating The Last Green Valley's unique cultural and natural resources. Learn more about TLGV Ranger Programs/Talks.
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The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
We rely on your membership contributions and donations to carry out our work. Together, we can care for it, enjoy it, and pass it on.