To learn more about the following volunteer opportunities, and to get application instructions, please contact Molly Dougherty, director of volunteer programs, at (503) 802-8100 or email@example.com (unless otherwise noted).
Volunteer Receptionist (Portland office)
Handle incoming calls, greet visitors, help with projects and learn about the Conservancy’s work in Oregon. Time commitment: 4 hours/wk for a minimum of 3-6 months. Current openings are on Wednesday afternoon, Thursday afternoon, and Friday morning only.
Technology & Information Systems Volunteer
Assist Information Systems staff with designing and composing user guides, technical documentation and inventory processes; assist with system configuration and technology research; evaluate excess equipment, relocate or recycle equipment as needed. Time commitment is 3-10 hours per week, for a minimum of three months.
“On-Call” for Camassia
Itching to get involved with restoration projects near Portland? Join our on-call team to hear about ongoing volunteer restoration needs at Camassia Natural Area in West Linn. Volunteers will tackle invasive species, maintain trails and assist with other tasks as needed. No commitment is required to join — projects will occur on both weekends and week days, on an “on-call” basis.
Restore native vegetation by clearing invasives at Camassia Natural Area in West Linn and/or Sandy River Gorge Preserve. Must be physically fit and able to work once a month for a year. Orientations held as needed.
Join us to help with office projects such as mailings, data entry, research, filing and more. Volunteer Night runs most Wednesdays from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. You are welcome to call us at (503) 802-8100 on Wednesday afternoons to see what projects are in store for the evening. And, if you're interested in becoming a Volunteer Night Leader, please let us know!
“On-Call” for the Coast
Are you a beach-lover with a flexible schedule? Join our “on-call” list to hear about coast restoration projects all season long. Projects include removing invasive species, planting, surveying and more. Trips vary in length from one day to week-long camping excursions. Ideal candidates are willing to work long hours in variable weather conditions.
Learn about the Conservancy’s work in Wallowa County and contribute to key conservation projects while helping with a variety of projects. Tasks include data entry, mailings, managing supplies and files and more. Time commitment is six to 10 hours/week for a minimum of six months.
Thursday Volunteer Field Crew
Join the Thursday Crew! Our weekly volunteer group meets local Conservancy preserves to help with projects including weed removal, rare species monitoring, fencing and more. Contact Molly Morison at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 770-7933 ext. 2# to be added to the listserv.