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Minnesota Land Trust

Minnesota Land Trust, a nonprofit 501(c)(3)

 2356 University Avenue West, Suite 240

Saint Paul, MN 55114

Phone: 651-647-9590

1-877-MLT-LAND

Email: mnland@mnland.org

 

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Office Locations & Directions

 

Located on the Green Line, across the street from Raymond Station. On bus routes 16, 21, 63 and 67. Nice Ride location across the street, available seasonally. Parking available on the south side of the building and on the street (metered).

 

 

 

 
Land Trust Accreditation Commission    Charities Review Council


 

Interest for Others  Guidestar Platinum

 

Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund

Monitor Central

Welcome to the certified volunteer monitor information page!

Here you will find information about aspects of the Minnesota Land Trust's Stewardship and Monitoring Programs.   

Forms

Online monitoring report form: www.mnland.org/monitoringreport 

2018 Paper Monitoring Report Form - If desired, print and use in the field for reference, notes, and - if necessary - submission to the Land Trust. 

2018 Volunteer Reimbursement Request Form

About Reimbursements

Information on Monitoring 

About the Stewardship Program  

About Volunteer Monitoring

Monitoring Procedure Summary

Field Safety Guidelines 

Confidentiality Policy 

Conseravation Stewardship Staff

If you have questions or comments, please contact: 

Andrew Moe, Stewardship Program Manager

Office: (651) 917-6293

Cell: (651) 295-6300

amoe@mnland.org


 

Volunteer monitors have several important responsibilities, including:

 

  • Completing thorough, on-the-ground inspections of protected properties and documenting any changes on the landscape with photos and written comments.  

·         Cultivating positive relationships with landowners and responding, to the best of your ability, to any questions or concerns landowners may have about their easement or the Minnesota Land Trust.  

  • Helping to keep monitoring records and conservation easement files updated.
  • Discussing your observations with the Minnesota Land Trust staff.
  • Having fun!