Tucson Conservation Center Volunteering

Marana Water Festival - November 17, 21

Volunteer for our educational field day events in partnership with AZ Project WET and AmeriCorps. Participants are school children, their families, and their teachers. These festivals instill a deeper understanding of water in the earth system and Arizona’s water resources through:

  • Celebrating science and water stewardship
  • Hands-on learning activities for students
  • Business, municipal, and community involvement to show children career paths and opportunities within Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields

You can teach a lesson, help set up and breakdown, escort student classes, register volunteers, coordinate learning station activities, and more. Training is provided.

To volunteer contact: Michelle Ly, The Nature Conservancy’s AmeriCorps Youth Education Outreach Coordinator, (828) 400-8913, or sign up online.

ongoing Opportunities

Greeter/Receptionist  at our urban “sustainability” site on Ft. Lowell Rd in Tucson
Spring and summer at the Conservancy offers a cool location in an environmentally natural setting where you can be the face and voice of those visiting and calling our offices. You can select a morning or afternoon shift either as a regular volunteer or as a fill-in.  To apply or for more information contact, 520-547-3437 

Start Your Adventure Now

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


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