Stewardship plays a critical role in our mission. Make a difference by helping us care for Hunterdon County’s special places so they can be enjoyed by all.

Join Hunterdon Land Trust for Stewardship Saturdays at our public access preserves! Our team will join you at one of our preserves each month to accomplish stewardship tasks, ranging from trail upkeep to invasive species removal to wildlife monitoring. No prior knowledge or experience is required – just enthusiasm to care for our natural lands! These workdays are also a great chance to learn more about joining our Preserve Stewards volunteer program.

Volunteers are advised to wear closed-toe shoes and long sleeves, and are invited to bring their own work gloves, loppers, pruners, and hammers if they have them. Some items we can supply to you if you need them. RSVP to HLT’s Stewardship Program Manager, Emily Dunn: (908) 237-4582,

Dates/times/locations are subject to change – subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on social media to be kept up to date.

Date & Time


June 17,  9 AM – 12 PM

Holland Highlands Preserve — Shire and Anderson roads, Holland Township

July 15,  9 AM – 12 PM

Quakertown Preserve:  Croton Rd. (Rt. 579), Franklin Township

August 19,  9 AM – 12 PM

Idell Preserve: 50 Barbertown Idell Road, Kingwood

September 23,  10 AM – 1 PM

Dvoor Farm: 111 Mine St., Flemington

October 21,  11 AM – 2 PM

Holland Highlands Preserve: Shire and Anderson roads, Holland Township

November 18,  11 AM – 2 PM

Zega Lockatong Preserve: Raven Rock-Rosemont Road, Delaware Township

December 16,  11 AM – 2 PM

Quakertown Preserve: Croton Rd. (Rt. 579), Franklin Township