Thinking about Volunteering?
FoHVOS has several opportunities for individuals, groups and families wishing to make a difference. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@fohvos.org or register online.

Clean Up Days

Clean Up Days



New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team

Families and Groups

Join us on our semi-annual Clean Up Days (see News and Events for upcoming dates) or help monitor one of our many FoHVOS properties – makes for a great annual family project – we'll give you all the information and training needed!

October 21
Clean Communities Day 
8 am – 12 pm
Public Works Department
203 Washington Crossing - Pennington Road
Titusville, NJ 08560
Clean Communities Day is an opportunity for groups and individuals to raise money for the nonprofit of their choice while helping clean up Hopewell Valley. FoHVOS partners with Hopewell Township to participate in this statewide program to keep our public spaces clean. We welcome all groups and individuals to participate- we have over 100 designated cleanup sites! Email bcraighead@fohvos.org for more details.

Other Volunteer Opportunities »


Families, Groups and Individuals

Stewardship Volunteers – Do you want to feel a real connection to the outdoors? Enjoy hands on volunteering? Then this is the project for you! We need your help with a variety of meaningful community stewardship programs that are suitable for groups such as schools or civic organizations, businesses and families. Help FoHVOS support biodiversity protection efforts on our ever-growing inventory of conserved land. Upcoming projects include:
  1. Assist with trail building and maintenance projects;
  2. Become part of the New Jersey Invasive Species Strike Team by searching for and removing newly emerging invasive species, and
  3. Assist with our forest health monitoring system that helps guide our Deer Management Program.

Individuals

Bring us your talent and enthusiasm – consider volunteering on one of two committees below.

Marketing and Outreach – FoHVOS participates in several community events throughout the year - be an "open space" ambassador. We are also looking for creative ways to promote the importance of open space conservation through special projects, publications and our website. You must be able to meet 4-6 times per year.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER ONLINE

2016/2017 Deer Management Program and Public Access Limitations tax incentive program Baldpate Mountain Forest Stewardship Plan