Wet-Dry Stream Flow Monitoring
Want to get your feet wet on the hottest day of the year? Join us on June 15 for the Conservancy's 15th annual effort to map the San Pedro River — where it is wet and where it is dry. Volunteers are needed to collect data and observations by walking two to four miles of the river. No experience necessary, just a desire to help this premier southwestern river. Download a PDF for more information.
If you like to work in a garden, are interested in nature and would like to volunteer with us, come and adopt your section of our rainwater harvesting demonstration site! You can improve and maintain your section to encourage wildlife and serve as a respite in the middle of the city. The property is open to the public, features native plants and hosts regular docent led tours. You may set your schedule. Location: 1510 E Ft Lowell Rd, Tucson.
Community Outreach Volunteers
This volunteer opportunity is for you—if you enjoy meeting the public and would enjoy sharing our work. Join Arizona's team of volunteers and be the face of The Nature Conservancy at Earth Day events in Tucson this April, and at future outreach activities. Training will be provided.
The Volunteer Membership Call Program Assistant will place thank-you calls to members. Volunteer will use their excellent communication skills to convey the deep gratitude of the Conservancy for their interest in conservation and their support for the Conservancy. NO fundraising is involved. Download full description.
The Nature Conservancy in Tucson would like your help at our reception area. Our receptionists are our face and voice to those visiting and calling. If you have some time and want a friendly place to volunteer, this is for you. To apply or for more information contact email@example.com, 520-547-3437.
Download a volunteer application (.pdf, 209 kb) and return it to the address below.
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona
1510 E. Ft. Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ 85719
Call 520-547-3437 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.