Volunteers were recognized for the hours they dedicated to the land and their accomplishments this past year. There were 65 volunteers who gave over 100 hours, 21 volunteers who gave over 250 hours and 13 volunteers who gave over 500 hours in 2022. Volunteers were also recognized for their lifetime volunteer hours, with awards ranging from 1,000 lifetime hours to 7,500 lifetime hours. Eleven individuals were also recognized for their unique ability to connect with activity participants and foster connection between our local community and the land with the “2023 Spotlight Award for Community-Nature Connection.” Overall, these volunteers have donated countless hours to restoration efforts, wildfire prevention, leading public activities, and much more.
To learn more about how to get involved and become a volunteer, visit IRConservancy.org, LetsGoOutside.org or follow the Landmarks on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.