Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy needs your help to preserve and enhance the habitat of JK Black Oak Sanctuary. There are several ways you can get involved to support our efforts, and all are greatly appreciated.
Join us for habitat restoration projects that include invasive plant removal, native plant rescues and trail maintenance at our regular monthly work days April through December. Volunteers are also needed to help with citizen science projects such as amphibian monitoring and stream monitoring. Upcoming volunteer opportunities are listed on the Volunteer page.
Make a financial contribution to support our work at the sanctuary including tree plantings, educational materials and programs, equipment for citizen science projects and building a bird blind. Larger donations will support future plans such as building an educational pavilion and acquiring land adjacent to the sanctuary. Donate to JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary
New or gently used items needed for habitat restoration at JK Black Oak.
Wire cages for protecting tree seedlings
Original painting by Jiho Park showing trash cleanup near the LeSabre pool.