Volunteer in Oklahoma
Join the dedicated team of volunteers making a difference in Oklahoma!
Thank you for your interest in our volunteer efforts. The health and safety of our staff and volunteers is our top priority.
We are following the direction of the Oklahoma Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control related to COVID-19. We are evaluating each of our annual volunteer events on a case-by-case basis, rescheduling or cancelling as needed, and when we are holding events, we are introducing practices to keep everyone safe from coronavirus.
Please indicate your interest in a volunteer event by filling out the registration and we will get in touch with details.
How To Sign Up
Step 1: The first step to becoming a volunteer is to sign up by completing this online form to provide us with your contact information, special skills and interests. Once completed, you will receive Oklahoma’s monthly e-newsletter, which provides news on upcoming volunteer needs.
Step 2: Find an upcoming event.
In the Field
The Oklahoma program operates preserves throughout the state and the staff has ongoing management, surveillance, biological survey, and monitoring projects. Current projects include:
- Butterfly, bird and bat monitoring
- Vegetation sampling
- Fence construction
- Litter pickup
- Trail maintenance
- Plant and animal inventories
- Seed Collection
At the Tallgrass Prairie
The Tallgrass Prairie Docent Program staffs the Preserve's visitor center at the Joseph H. Williams Tallgrass Prairie Preserve near Pawhuska, OK. Docent training is held each winter and the visitor center is open from mid March through mid December.
Volunteers are occasionally needed for special events.
Donate Surplus Equipment
If you have surplus equipment, you can help with the restoration and maintenance of Oklahoma's preserves!
Team work makes the dream work! We appreciate and value the contributions of time, effort, and special skills which you, as a volunteer, bring to The Nature Conservancy. Your actions increase the organization's ability to protect the natural heritage of Oklahoma.
For more information, contact Larissa Balzer, 405-858-8557.