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Current Opportunities

Join Conservancy staff and other volunteers to help with projects around the state.

To apply, fill out a volunteer application and submit it to Nancie Lange at nlange@tnc.org or (208) 578-4230. Please include the job title in the email's subject line.

Current opportunities include:

PRESERVE STEWARD-BALL CREEK RANCH - BONNERS FERRY OFFICE
Come volunteer at our beautiful North Idaho farm and wetland. A typical volunteer starts with breakfast at the barn at 7 a.m., followed by fencing (deconstruction and construction), and wetland restoration (shrub planting, tree protection, etc.). Opportunities are usually available during a weekend in the Spring and a weekend in the Fall.

PHOTO ARCHIVE ASSISTANT - BOISE OFFICE
Do you have a knack for organizing information? Do you love to look at great images? Do you want to learn more about the Conservancy's work around Idaho? This volunteer opportunity may be for you. We need volunteers on an ongoing basis for 2-3 hours per week (flexible) in Boise, Idaho to help tag and organize photos of the people and places that we work.

VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHER
Looking for the opportunity to use your skills for a great cause? The Nature Conservancy in Idaho is always in need of great photos that showcase our landscapes, wildlife, people and way of life. This volunteer position may include independent travel or in some cases, opportunities to join staff in the field.

OFFICE ASSISTANT-IDAHO FALLS OFFICE
As part of this ongoing opportunity, assist with records management, digitizing documents and organizing. Experience with Microsoft Word is required.

PRESERVE STEWARD-COUGAR BAY
This volunteer position offers opportunities from March through November and includes performing general maintenance around the parking lot and trailhead. This would be a weekly task, mostly picking up trash, keeping dog poop off of the road and trail, and walking the trails once a week or so.

 

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