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Volunteer Opportunities

Indiana

Stewardship Workdays

The Nature Conservancy was built on the dedication of our members and volunteers. Today we still rely on the support of those who are interested in helping the environment and working with others who share their passion for nature. By contributing your time and skills, you will be making a huge difference on the natural communities we've vowed to protect and preserve. Join us and your fellow nature lovers for one our upcoming workdays:

 

Saturday, September 12th, 2015
Kankakee Sands

9am-1pm, Central Time
Native plant seed harvest. No experience necessary. Fleece and wool

clothing is not recommended as it collects seeds. Feel free to bring your

lunch and have a picnic on the prairie or hike a trail at Kankakee Sands

after the workday. R. S.V.P.’s appreciated. Contact Alyssa Nyberg by email at

anyberg@tnc.org or call (219) 866-1706 for more information and to R.S.V.P. We

will begin the morning at the Kankakee Sands Native Plant nursery located

at 1492 W 250 N, Morocco, IN, 47963.

 

Saturday, October 10th, 2015
Kankakee Sands

9am-12pm, Central Time
Seed harvest and seed cleaning. No experience necessary. Fleece and wool

clothing is not recommended as it collects seeds, but costumes are! Feel free

to bring your lunch and have a picnic on the prairie or hike a trail at Kankakee Sands

(in costume!) after the workday. R. S.V.P.’s appreciated. Contact Alyssa Nyberg by email at

anyberg@tnc.org or call (219) 866-1706 for more information and to R.S.V.P. We

will begin the morning at the Kankakee Sands Native Plant nursery located

at 1492 W 250 N, Morocco, IN, 47963. 


Ongoing Volunteer positions

Are you looking for a more permanent opportunity to share your time and talents with us? Check out these ongoing volunteer positions located in various areas around the state and fill out our volunteer application. If you don't see one that fits your interests and/or location, fill out the application anyways and indicate your preferences on location, time, skills, interests, etc. We'll work with you to find something that works for both of us!

Kankakee Sands
Southern Lake Michigan Rim

Butterfly Monitors: May-September
Butterflies are a key indicator of the health of our prized, remnant ecosystems, like the globally rare dune and swale ecosystem, found in northern Lake County, Indiana, in the Tolleston Strand Plain. To help track butterfly populations in various remnant natural areas, the Southern Lake Michigan Rim Project Office is annually in need of monitors from May through September to weekly collect data on the same route. No experience is required but you will need to attend one of the annual training events. If you would like to learn more, listen to John Henry Drake, Regional Ecologist at the Indiana Chapter, on a replay of an internet radio interview conducted in January 2013. For more information or to sign up, contact John Henry Drake.
 


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Internship Opportunities

Are you interested in how The Nature Conservancy in Indiana works? Interns will have the opportunity to visit select Conservancy nature preserves and to interact with a variety of staff, including administrative, land acquisition, and conservation staff.

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