Volunteer with The Nature Conservancy

Volunteer at Blowing Rocks Preserve

Jupiter Island, South Florida

Volunteer interns removing invasive plants in the maritime hammock habitat at Blowing Rocks Preserve.
Invasive Species Removal Volunteer interns remove invasive plants in the maritime hammock habitat at Blowing Rocks Preserve. © Kate Tillery/TNC
Volunteer Overview

Blowing Rocks Preserve is one of four campus preserves under TNC Florida’s Center for Conservation Initiatives, advancing conservation through education and training, outreach and volunteerism, science and research, and land stewardship.

Apply for a volunteer position at Blowing Rocks Preserve to help educate visitors, provide maintenance and steward native vegetation growth. Open volunteer positions include: 

  • Beach Naturalists
  • Environmental Education and Outreach Leads and Assistants
  • Invasive Plant Controllers
  • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance Volunteers
  • Native Plant Nursery Volunteers 
  • Preserve Ambassadors
  • Trail Trimmers

For more details on these positions, read below under “Current Volunteer Position Listings”  by expanding the tabs. 


How to Apply

To apply for volunteer positions at Blowing Rocks Preserve, please email Kate Tillery, outreach and volunteer specialist at kate.brown@tnc.org.

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In person work
Blowing Rocks Preserve
574 S Beach Rd, Hobe Sound, FL 33455, USA
Multiple dates and varied times

Preserve is open from 9:00AM - 4:30PM. 


Reach out to Kate Tillery, kate.brown@tnc.org, for specific volunteering dates and time at the Blowing Rocks Preserve.

Kate Tillery, Outreach and Volunteer Specialist

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