NOBLE VIEW OUTDOOR CENTER635 South Quarter Road
Russell, Massachusetts 01071
Noble View Outdoor Center has no paid staff. We rely on volunteers to run and maintain the property.
Please consider volunteering regularly at Noble View. There’s always work to do, and great people to work with, and fun and a sense of satisfaction to be had! In addition to committing to one or more of the volunteer workdays, your help is always welcome on Trail Work Days.
If you're interested in any of of the administrative volunteer positions below, please contact Frank Evans.Noble View Committee
Noble View seeks Committee members for the following positions:
Noble View seeks a Registrar to handle the following responsibilities:
These duties will take two to three hours per week. Toll phone calls will be reimbursed by Noble View. This is a good volunteer position for someone who wants to help out, but prefers to do so from home.
If you have experience running a snow plow or snow blower, and are willing to help out with plowing and clearing after snow storms, please contact Gary Forish.Lawn Mowing and Trimming
We have lawns around the cottages that need to be mowed
(and weed whacked around boulders, trees, etc.) every couple of weeks
from spring through fall, and other areas that need to be mowed less regularly.
If you're interested in helping out using our equipment, please contact Gary Forish.
Maintenance volunteers, skilled or unskilled, are needed to help maintain the infrastructure, performing duties such as minor carpentry, painting, and various building repairs.
Please contact Gary Forish.Trail Blazing
We've just completed a fantastic trail map, and will need to blaze the trails when the snow melts.
If you're interested in participating, please contact Frank Evans.
Trail work days are held from time to time to clear debris,
cut back encroaching vegetation, and generally maintain Noble View's trails.
No experience or tools necessary!
Check the News and Events page
for scheduled trail work days and contact information.
are a problem throughout Massachusetts, crowding out native vegetation
and degrading natural habitats by aggressive seeding and spreading. At Noble
View, it's an ongoing challenge to keep the woods and meadow areas free
of Japanese barberry, autumn olive, Bell's honeysuckle, burning bush, and
If you'd like to help with invasive cleanup--especially if you can mobilize a group of volunteers--please contact Frank Evans.