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The Nature Conservancy in Utah

Making a Difference

Volunteers in Utah have been critical to our success.  From staffing our front desk, filing, or stuffing envelopes, to working on the ground removing fences, battling invasive weeds or planting native plants, volunteers save the Conservancy millions of dollars every year. Explore


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If you're interested in volunteering:

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Ways to Volunteer

Sign Up for Events

Learn more about Utah on a guided tour or field trip, and watch for volunteer events on our Events page.  Explore

Lead Events

Share your knowledge of nature, or your expertise in the great outdoors by organizing or leading a field trip, guided hike, or nature excursion. E-mail Andrea Nelson with your ideas.

Become a Volunteer Naturalist Guide

Join this dedicated group of volunteers working to educate 4th grade students as part of the Wings & Water program.  Lead field trip groups while sharing your passion for conservation, wetlands, and the Great Salt Lake.  Learn More

Join the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preservers

Help us keep the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve in top shape, while making visitors feel welcome, answering questions, and getting plenty of fresh air. Monitor the preserve on your own time, making it easy to fit nature and volunteering into your busy schedule. Email us to learn more. 

Spread the Word

The easiest way to volunteer for us is to simply spread the word about the Conservancy, what we do, and why it's important to preserve nature.  Connect with us on Facebook, sign up for our free e-newsletter, follow and share the Conservancy's Cool Green Science blog, and discover more ways to share the Conservancy with your friends and family!

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