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Get Involved: Natural Areas

By becoming a volunteer with us, you are joining a long history of community commitment to conservation. Since its inception, the Natural Areas Department has engaged volunteers on every level, from education to stewardship to leadership. Volunteers help extend outreach and strengthen community involvement. We believe that volunteers are one of our most valuable resources.

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Skills Based Volunteer


Description:

Are you interested in giving your professional-level expertise to help natural areas? Skills Based Volunteers help complete projects including data analysis, web design, writing, and more. Find your project and apply to help this September through December! To apply, please list the project title you are interested in helping with on the application, and explain how your experience and skills match the project description.

Time Commitment:

Fall 2019 Cohort - September-December 2019, Projects range from 30-120 hours for this fall's cohort.

A cohort of Skills Based Volunteers will meet monthly (5-6:30 p.m., September 3, October 1, November 5, December 3) to learn more about the Natural Areas Department and receive support. Each volunteer is assigned a main staff contact who oversees the technical side of the project. 

Documents:

https://www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/skills-based-volunteers

https://www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/files/skills-based-volunteer-descriptions.pdf?1563304487

Ready to get involved?

Contact Charlotte Norville, cnorville@fcgov.com, (970) 416-2480 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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