The Methow Conservancy is an environmental organisation protecting the Methow Valley in Washington, US.
Founded in 1996, the Methow Conservancy seeks to inspire people to care for the land of the Methow Valley, and make it “a role model for the rural mountain West.” The Conservancy works with local communities, including business and landowners, to support the valley’s ecosystem and agriculture.
How You Can Help
Sign up to the Methow Valley monthly newsletter in just a few minutes (visit this page and sign up via the side-bar or at the bottom of the page).
The Conservancy accepts volunteers in a number of roles, and available projects are posted on Volunteer Methow, here.
If there are no advertised vacancies, you can also contact the Conservancy directly to see if you can help – see more details here.
You can also attend Conservancy events, online or in person.
Location: Methow Valley, United States
Find out more: https://methowconservancy.org/
(This information was updated 13/12/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)