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Volunteer in Maine
  • Are you interested in helping the environment?
  • Working with others who share your love of nature?
  • Contributing your time and skills to an organization you believe in?
  • Broadening your resume and life experiences?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, we've got some great opportunities for you. Volunteers help The Nature Conservancy devote a major portion of its funds to land conservation, keeping our effectiveness high and our costs low.


This spring, connect with Nature. Explore. Volunteer. Give.

Mill Pond Preserve Saltmarsh Restoration
May 26, 2015
Mill Pond Preserve, Arrowsic
We are looking for 10 volunteers to help restore a saltmarsh.


Contact us at  volunteersmaine@tnc.org or leave a message at (207) 729-5182, ext 250.
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Volunteer Field Work and Other Opportunities

Volunteer Field Work Assistant works to help mark preserve boundaries and post necessary signage; carries out trail construction and maintenance; and helps control invasive species among other activities. Learn how you can get involved.

We also need volunteers to help with several projects at The Nature Conservancy office in Brunswick. Some of these projects can be done from home.  Please use your skills to help us accomplish these very important jobs.


Volunteer Preserve, Easement and Transfers Monitoring Program
 

The Volunteer Preserve Monitor monitors preserves for unauthorized use and reports on the condition and needs at a particular preserve. Learn how you can get involved!

Volunteer Workdays

There are many ways to volunteer your time. Check out these volunteer workdays to see what activities you may be interested in.

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