Protect wildflowers and native landscapes. Be an AOA Volunteer

Spending time outdoors in nature benefits human health and well-being.  It can be amazingly therapeutic to the soul.  AOA’s preserves contain old growth forests, native wildflowers, migratory songbirds, waterfalls and diverse terrains.  


Volunteers work closely with AOA staff planting trees and wildflowers, removing invasive plants, checking for tree diseases and restoring wetlands. 


Volunteer Days.  Information regarding our invasive removal activities for the year is available on our website Calendar of Events and/or on Facebook. 


Come at any time and stay as long as you are able to participate.  If you plan to arrive after the start time, look for cars and signs along the road. Directions to work sites will be posted on the website and/or Facebook. 


Volunteer to Help.

If you would like to help, contact Noah Miller our Stewardship Coordinator for further information.

Join us and enjoy the peace and serenity of the woodlands and catch the best of our native wildflowers while helping protect and improve our conservation properties.

Bonnoront Preserve, group of hikers near cliffs
Hemlock Inspection Team
Marcele Picking Garlic Mustard
Chestnut Seedling Planting