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Volunteer Program

Welcome!

Do you want to make a difference and have fun doing it? Contribute your time and talents to The Nature Conservancy! Volunteers help with a variety of projects from planting trees to answering phones, and a whole lot in between.

How Do I Get Started? 

Sign up for our Great Places e-newsletter to get monthly updates on our work around the state.

Come to one of our monthly volunteer orientations and learn more about The Nature Conservancy and how you can get involved as a volunteer. Meetings occur on the second Thursday of each month from noon–1pm, in our Seattle office. Please RSVP at least one day in advance to wavolunteer@tnc.org.

To find a volunteer opportunity you’re interested in, check out the opportunities links below and the field and office jobs listed on the volunteer application.

Once you've found the way you'd like to help, fill out the volunteer application form and waiver

Send your completed forms to:

Lauren Miheli
Volunteer Coordinator
wavolunteer@tnc.org
(206) 343-4345 ext. 361 

Ongoing, Recurring OPPORTUNITIES

Interested in restoration? We offer opportunities to help out at our preserves throughout the year. You can remove invasive weeds, plant native plants and many other tasks. Outdoor workdays are often family-friendly. Find the right opportunity for you: 

One-time Volunteer Events

(Click on the Volunteer tab once the Events page loads.)

Do you have a special skill you would like to share? Watch for opportunities to work alongside our scientists on research projects both in the office and in the field. You might also want to volunteer your time as a preserve steward and help monitor our popular public preserves. There are so many ways to get involved!

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