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Volunteers are the “green energy” that drives the activities of the Lane County Audubon Society. The only way we keep our projects running is with the help of folks who have some time, talent, and initiative to help. We have a small and committed Board that steers our various projects and lends a hand when needed. The Board helps new volunteers with advice, support, and experience. We want to see everyone succeed in forwarding our mission. We care about wildlife and their habitats and we also care about people.
Lane Audubon accomplishes its mission because of our wonderful volunteers. We have openings for some specific positions that are critical to our functioning. At this time we are looking for a new Webmaster, Audubon Adventures Coordinator, and Program Committee Chair. For more information, see the job descriptions on page 5 of this issue of The Quail.
Most of you know that we are an all-volunteer group. Some chapters have paid staff, but that is not the case with us. We do need help. Spend some time with us—come to a Board meeting, a Program Meeting, and please, get involved. Lane Audubon’s work is important to the community. We advocate for environmental education and conservation programs throughout Lane County. If you have an interest in joining other Lane Audubon volunteers or have skills you would like to put to work in support of our goals, we would like to hear from you! Call 541.485.2473. Be part of the Lane Audubon volunteer team! Please step up to help us keep our energy and forward momentum going!