Volunteers in Utah make a difference for conservation across the state. Whether mapping weeds along the Bear River Bottoms, planting and monitoring Autumn Buttercup seedlings, or conducting a "bioblitz" along the critical Boulder Creek watershed, volunteers are an integral part of The Nature Conservancy's conservation efforts.
In addition to conservation, volunteers are integral to important education and outreach programs. At The Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, volunteer naturalist guides lead 4th Grade and public tours from April through October, while other volunteers staff outreach tables or make presentations through our Speaker's Bureau.
Just as important are the volunteers who help our staff with administrative functions, such as donor mailings, front desk coverage, filing, organizing, and much more.
The Nature Conservancy's award-winning Wings & Water Education Program is always in need of volunteer naturalist guides to lead 4th grade field trips. Find out how you can be part of this star group of volunteers.October 19, 2012