Volunteers at Kankakee Sands
Volunteers at Kankakee Sands Planting violets at Kankakee Sands Nursery © Alyssa Nyberg/TNC

Stories in Indiana

Volunteer in Indiana

Join the dedicated team of volunteers making a difference in Indiana!

Help us preserve the natural riches of the Hoosier State. Volunteer with The Nature Conservancy in Indiana.

The Nature Conservancy was built on the dedication of our members and volunteers. Today we still rely on the support of those who are interested in helping the environment and working with others who share their passion for nature. By contributing your time and skills, you will be making a huge difference on the natural communities we've vowed to protect and preserve.  

Opportunities are available both in the field and in our offices around the state. Volunteer opportunities for 2019 are being scheduled. Please reach out to Cristi Hall for more information on volunteering with us!

Cristi Hall
Phone: 317-829-1822
Email: cristi_hall@tnc.org

Current Volunteer Opportunities

  • Seed Harvesting Workday: Saturday, October 12

    Join us as we collect seed from a variety of native flower and grass species for use in our upcoming restoration plantings. View more details.

  • Winter Workday: Saturday, November 9, 2019

    Join us as we work with native plant seeds large and small, appreciating each and every one. View more details.

  • Winter Workday: Saturday, December 14, 2019

    We will continue our series of winter “Hack and Squirt” workdays to remove select tree saplings by girdling with hatchets (the “hack”) and applying herbicide to prevent re-sprouting (the “squirt”). View more details.

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