Volunteer

People Make A Difference

Nature wins when you offer your helping hands. To all of our volunteers: Thank you!

Interested in Volunteering? 

It's spring so it is time for us to get to work maintaining and managing our natural areas throughout Vermont. Please consider volunteering with us. We hope to meet you outside! 

All work days are typically four hours long, see below. Contact us to learn more: volunteervt@tnc.org or call 802 229 4425 x111

Earth Day, April 22nd at Shelburne Pond: Shelburne

9:30 - Noon Twenty-five volunteers are needed to join us the morning of Earth Day to plant 250 trees for landscape restoration and water quality improvements

Noon - 1pm BYO Picnic lunch with Nature Conservancy staff and volunteers

1 - 3pm We will be offering guided walks and paddles about this biological hot spot. Please bring your own canoes and/or kayaks.

RSVP is required to participate in the tree planting as we cannot accommodate more than 25 volunteers. RSVP is encourage for afternoon activities. Please email Karla Noboa to let us know if we can expect you.

Hubbardton River Clayplain: West Haven

We will be cleaning up the site and gathering basic data

MON, April 11th, 10-2

MON, April 18th, 10-2

MON, April 25th, 10-2

MON, May 2nd, 10-2

MON, May 16th, 10-2

MON, May 23rd, 10-2

Equinox Highlands: Manchester

We will be pulling invasive garlic mustard

WEDS, May 4th, 9:30-2

FRI, May 6th, 9:30-2 (only if May 4th is rained out)

Williams Woods Natural Area: Charlotte

We will be pulling invasive garlic mustard

WED, May 4th, 9:30-1:30

THURS, May 19th, 9:30-1:30

THURS, May 26th, 9:30-1:30

WED, June 1st, 9:30-1:30

Raven Ridge Natural Area: Charlotte / Hinesburg / Monkton

MON, May 16th, 9:30-1:30

Chickering Bog, East Montpelier

TUES, May 24th, 9:30-1:30

 

 



 

 

 


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Opportunities

Volunteers form the backbone of many projects here at the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Whether your skills lean toward the outdoor, trail working set, or toward office and computer work, we welcome an opportunity to talk with you about volunteering. 

The stewardship team uses volunteers for an array of projects, such as invasive plant removal, trail work, boundary marking, and volunteer preserve stewardship.

We also have volunteers doing photography, graphic arts, event coordination, data entry, general office work, or any number of data gathering & entering projects as they arise.

In order to receive announcements regarding volunteer opportunities in your area please fill out a Volunteer Interest Form and email our Volunteer Coordinator and Field Assistant in your area. 

Contact Us

Chapter Office
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
27 State Street, Suite 4
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Phone: (802) 229-4425(802) 229-4425 x111
Fax: (802) 229-1347 

Southern Vermont Office
Attn: Volunteer Coordinator
348 Bentley Avenue
Poultney, Vermont 05764
Phone: (802) 884-8165(802) 884-8165 x24
Fax: (802) 884-8126

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