Volunteer in Michigan
Are you interested in:
- 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. Email Michigan Volunteer for more information. Watch a video about becoming a marketing intern at our Lansing office.
Be sure to visit our Field Trips and Events page for more information on what's happening in Michigan!
Check out the latest issue of UVol, our volunteer newsletter!
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
April is Earth Month and what better way to honor the lands and waters that sustain us than by spending time outdoors and giving back? On Saturday, April 26, join us at the beautiful Ross Preserve in West Michigan to help kick off a large-scale restoration project that will help protect Lake Michigan's critical dune system. Space is limited! Click here to learn more and RSVP.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Come out to help take care of this 700 acre preserve south of Tecumseh next to the River Raisin. If you haven't been to Ives Road Fen before, you are in for a treat. In addition to working to remove invasive plant species, you'll learn the difference between a bog and a fen, spot all kinds of flora and fauna including butterflies and meat eating plants, and learn about the work of The Nature Conservancy. Learn more.
Volunteer at Ives Road Fen! Watch a video explaining what we do and why.