Special Volunteer Opportunities
Join us this summer for volunteer activities across the state, from tree plantings to butterfly counts and more!
In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we've organized volunteer events in towns around the state:
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Your time and talents are needed! The following are opportunities across the state for volunteers of various skills and experience levels.
Office: 80% of our protection work happens indoors. Office volunteers make a huge difference. Tasks may include fundraising, membership assistance, data entry, receptionist, copying, assembling materials for bulk mailings, and online research.
Field Work: Extra hands are needed at our preserves and ranches. Tasks may include trail maintenance, removing invasive weeds, property monitoring, fence repair, and other tasks.
Outreach: Volunteers are critical in spreading the news about our work. If you are an avid public speaker and are passionate about our mission, list these skills on your application and/or resume and we will evaluate our chapter needs in this area.
Volunteer Work Parties: On occasion, the Conservancy brings together dedicated volunteers for work parties designed to have fun, meet new people, and, of course, get important work done.
If you are interested in volunteering for The Nature Conservancy please contact Sara Deur at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 307-335-2137.
Volunteer Opportunities Nationwide
Traveling to another state soon and wondering if you can volunteer for The Nature Conservancy while you're there? Learn more about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities nationwide.
Contact Sara Deur at email@example.com or call 307-335-2137.