Chinsegut Conservation Center Volunteer Program

Volunteer-bird-hike.jpgChinsegut volunteers come from all walks of life and diverse backgrounds including students, scouts, retirees and families. Our volunteers share a passion for nature and work together as a team to help the public and visitors connect their “backyard” and the natural wonders of the regions. Volunteers can learn through their service about wildlife, natural areas and environmental education. Volunteers are a part of continuing the beauty and legacy of the Chinsegut Wildlife and Environmental Area and Conservation Center.


Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities include working at the Conservation Center, assisting with or leading environmental education programs, creating and maintaining bird and butterfly gardens, assisting with off-site public outreach, participating in wildlife surveys and engaging children and adults in experiencing the natural wonders of the area.


How to sign up

For more information on volunteering at the Chinsegut Conservation Center, E-mail the volunteer coordinator or call 352-754-6722.

More information

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