What You Can Do
Do your part to bring back longleaf! Professional and volunteer opportunities can be found throughout the range of longleaf in all sorts of capacities.
The Owen Fellowship
The Owen Fellowship aims to advance longleaf pine research through a $15,000 scholarship award for graduate students. The recipient will attend the 2022 Biennial Longleaf Conference, conduct research related to longleaf pine conservation, management, or restoration, and present their research at the 2024 Biennial Longleaf Conference. TLA is accepting applications September 1st to December 31st. See eligibility and application details HERE.
While The Longleaf Alliance does not have a specific volunteer program, there are occasional and on-going opportunities to support our programs. If you are a reliable undergraduate/graduate student, young professional, or seasoned individual willing to assist with a variety of tasks, please fill out this INTEREST FORM.
Do you have a longleaf ecosystem related job, volunteer, or student position within this area that you would like to post? If so, please fill out this request form.