Volunteer: The Methow Conservancy began as a volunteer organization and to this day supporters who donate their time and skills are essential to our conservation and education efforts! Our volunteer projects are updated regularly on Volunteer Methow. Browse tasks and register there, or contact us anytime at 509-996-2870 or email us.
Loving a place means caring for it, too. You can’t just wish a place will stay the same, you have to be willing to get involved. Change is certainly inevitable (and often good!) but we believe people can have a choice in how a place like the Methow Valley grows and stays the same!
It takes you.
Donate: As a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, we rely on people like you to make conservation happen in the Methow Valley. More than 90% of our operating budget comes from people and businesses who choose to speak for the future of the Methow Valley by donating.
Become a Business Partner: We are honored to have many local and regional businesses choose to be Business Partners. More than 60 local Business Partners recognize that protecting the wildlife habitat, working farms and ranches, and scenic views of the Methow Valley is critical to the health of our community and economy. As you do business with these partners, please thank them for making a generous commitment to our efforts.
Leave a Legacy: As a land trust, our conservation efforts are designed to last “forever.” That’s a long time—and that means we plan to be around as an organization for a very long time. You can be a part of our forever by joining our Aspen Stand – our recognition for those who have included the Methow Conservancy in a bequest through a will, retirement plan, or insurance policy.
Come to An Event: Sometimes the first step in getting involved is learning something new. We offer a wide variety of classes, field trips, workshops, and community events all designed to get you thinking, talking, and meeting others who love this Valley, too.
Check out our events calendar and join us.
Support Local Farms and Farmers: Lush green hayfields, tidy rows of apple and pear trees, colorful plots of mixed vegetables, cows dotting the landscape – these are some of the scenes that make the Methow Valley dear to many of us. These agricultural lands have played an important role in the valley's economy and rural character for many generations. You can help sustain them by supporting local farms and farmers – check out our on-line directory Methow Grown.
Wear Your Methow Conservancy Pride! We’ve produced some fun hats, t-shirts, and sweatshirts so you can show your support for conservation in the Methow. We've got several styles and options to choose from!