Become a Ranger

Walktober Paddle with Chief Ranger Bill, photo by L. Bruinooge

If you enjoy meeting people and you love The Last Green Valley, the TLGV Ranger Program is for you!

TLGV Rangers help by:

  • Meeting and greeting people at TLGV information booths at regional or local community events, fairs and festivals.
  • Delivering or assisting with presentations to local organizations and community groups.
  • Hosting programs for TLGV Members and the general community, such as organizing a Spring Outdoors or Walktober hike or a specific TLGV member-only program.

The benefits of becoming a TLGV Ranger include:

  • It's fun!
  • Greater understanding and connection to The Last Green Valley
  • Free training and all necessary outreach materials
  • TLGV Ranger shirt
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Free admission and parking to many of the fairs/festivals that we attend with our information booth
  • Flexible scheduling - volunteer when it is convenient for you
  • Easy and satisfying way to give back to the region you love.

In return, TLGV Rangers are expected to:

  • Be members of TLGV in good standing.
  • Attend an orientation session with the Chief Ranger.
  • Feel comfortable talking about the organization’s mission, message and benefits of membership.  Prior participation in at least three outreach programs or community events is suggested.
  • Commit to at least one community activity annually.
  • Work with staff to identify special events for TLGV participation, and community groups interested in scheduling a Ranger program.
  • Proudly wear a TLGV Ranger shirt and identification badge when volunteering on behalf of the organization.
  • Provide feedback on each outreach activity, and document volunteer hours and mileage.

If you are interested in becoming a TLGV Ranger, please contact Bill Reid at 860-774-3300 or email Bill@tlgv.org.

 

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