Nature Conservancy volunteers offer us a way to increase our effectiveness, expand our range and complete more critically important work while developing lasting friendships and having a lot of fun.
Volunteer needs vary by location. Not every preserve or location can accommodate all skills and interests. For general information check out our Give Nature a Hand brochure (.pdf, 256 kb).
Join us from January 28-February 3, 2018, for a week of camping and working on the Lower San Pedro River. We'll be clearing out and removing old buildings, removing fences, clearing places to put up new fences to keep cattle out of the river bottom and clearing brush along fire breaks. Learn more and sign up!
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Download a volunteer application (.pdf, 209 kb) and return it to the address below.
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona
1510 E. Ft. Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ 85719
Call 520-547-3437 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona has a renewable AmeriCorps grant for five full-time AmeriCorps members who are working with staff for a year as stewardship assistants, a youth education outreach coordinator, Verde River riparian restoration coordinators, and an environmental education outreach coordinator.