The ICNL Committee is the campus-wide organization charged with ICNL governance. The Committee accepts new members on a rolling basis and encourages membership from a diverse array of campus community groups. Contact the Faculty Manager for more information about how to join the ICNL Committee.
The Student Intern Training (SIT) Program is designed as a land management apprenticeship, with entry-level Trainees working under the peer mentorship of paid, senior-level Student Interns. Contact the Faculty Manager for more information about how to join the SIT Program.
The Retirees in Service to the Environment (RISE) Program involves local retirees in land stewardship on ICNL reserves. Workshops and service projects seek to teach leadership skills, raise environmental awareness, and promote intergenerational learning.
The Volunteer Stewards Program (VSP) is an award-winning initiative in community-based land management. Volunteer Stewards hike a weekly route through the ICNL trails and report what they find. Contact the ICNL Staff for more information about how to join the VSP.