Make a difference: Volunteer!
BACT is committed to being a resource and making a difference in our community. With the launch of our updated volunteer program, we are providing new opportunities to individuals and groups to become involved and make a difference.
We understand not everyone is interested in working outdoors, so we offer other opportunities to get involved and help. Do you have a talent or gift you want to share that would complement our organization? We would love to hear your ideas!
Eagle Scout project managers
Marketing project participants
Graphic Design projects (ie: invitations and ads)
Special events (ie: canoe guides, nature walks, outdoor painting, storytelling, etc.) leaders and participants
Writing for our Open Spaces newsletter
Restoration workday participants
Stream monitoring team leaders & participants
Those interested in conservation and sustainability can learn about the importance of planting native plants and capturing rain water in any type of yard and can help support our community conservation programs.
Restoration workdays held throughout the year enable participants to discover the unique nature of our region – from wooded ravines to prairies and wetlands. Corporate, youth, and religious groups looking for outdoor service or team building opportunities enjoy participating in these activities.
Volunteering with BACT is fun, interactive, and significant. Consider joining us!
For more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Emily Solberg, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-387-3149.
We ask all volunteers to submit a liability waiver and photo consent form. Those under age 18 are required to have this form submitted by a parent or guardian prior to the volunteer opportunity. When filling out our volunteer form, please note as many different opportunities as you are interested in. Our available opportunities tend to change from season to season.