planting white pine, American elm and pussy willow at Hubbardton River Clayplain Natural Area.
Volunteers in Vermont planting white pine, American elm and pussy willow at Hubbardton River Clayplain Natural Area. © Erika Nortemann/The Nature Conservancy

Stories in Vermont

Volunteering in Vermont

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

Here at the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, volunteers provide inspiration as much as they provide their time. Whether you are interested in getting your boots dirty on our trails or organizing data at our office, the days you spend volunteering help protect and enrich the communities in Vermont that we call home. Contact us today to join our effort! 

Interested in volunteering? 
Let’s get started! Use the Volunteer Information Form to tell us about your interests and let us know the best way to reach you.

OPPORTUNITIES

Join us for a day in the field:
Our stewardship program manages 55 natural areas throughout Vermont and your help is instrumental in completing the seasonal “to-do” list. Join us for a volunteer workday to remove invasive plants, improve trails, or mark boundaries. All workdays take place from 9:30am until 2:30pm.

View the Calendar of Events to find a date to attend!

Help out with a specific project:
Occasionally, staff need help with individual projects which may include photography, event tabling, data entry, literature reviews, and many more tasks in between. Be sure to check back here for opportunities as they arise! 

Contact Us: Jack Markoski, Volunteer Coordinator, (802) 229-4425 x 106, volunteervt@tnc.org