Volunteer in Connecticut

A volunteer plants a tree with help from two young children.
Connecticut Volunteers Ed Bills Celebration at the Ed Bills Dam in Colchester. © Francine Monahan/TNC

Make an Impact

Please fill out our volunteer interest form and we'll reach out when opportunities are available that match your interests.

Volunteers standing together for a photo in front of waterway.
Beach Clean-Up Day © Martha Rice/TNC

Nature is counting on you!

From the shoreline to preserve trails to migratory bird habitats, you can make a difference that supports your community now and into the future. The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut relies on volunteers to protect land, water and wildlife as we collaborate across the state and throughout the year. Volunteers are needed for year-round work, as well as single events.

Supporters like you devote energy and time to this important mission through:

  • Trail/preserve monitoring
  • Community events
  • Beach clean-ups
  • Shorebird monitoring
  • Shorebird fencing preparation
  • Tree planting

We welcome volunteers of all ages with a passion for the environment. Nature’s talking. Let’s listen, together.