Help out in Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Chapter has a variety of ongoing needs for volunteers - join the cadre of dedicated volunteers who are making a difference.
Step 1: The first step to becoming a volunteer is to sign up for Oklahoma’s monthly e-newsletter, which provides news on upcoming volunteer needs.
Step 2: Then, complete the online volunteer form to provide us with your contact information and special skills.
In the Field
The Oklahoma Chapter operates preserves throughout the state and the staff has ongoing management, surveillance, biological survey, and monitoring projects. Current projects include:
- Butterfly, bird and bat monitoring
- Vegetation sampling
- Fence construction
- Litter pickup
- Trail maintenance
- Plant and animal inventories
- Seed Collection
At the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
The Tallgrass Prairie Docent Program staffs the Preserve's visitor center. Docent training is held each winter and the visitor center is open from mid March through mid December.
Volunteers are occasionally needed for special events.
Donate Surplus Equipment
If you have surplus equipment, you can help with the restoration and maintenance of Oklahoma's preserves! Click here for information about what is needed.
The Oklahoma Chapter appreciates and values the contributions of time, effort, and special skills which you, as a volunteer, bring to The Nature Conservancy. Your actions increase the organization's ability to protect the natural heritage of Oklahoma. For more information, contact:
2727 E. 21st St., Suite 102
Tulsa, OK 74114
Phone: (918) 585 1117
1001 NW 63rd Ste. 260
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Phone: (405) 858 8557