Would you like to take a more active role in protecting water resources and our environment? As a volunteer, you can take a hands-on approach to improving recreational opportunities in your neighborhood or in your favorite areas.
Throughout our 16-county region, Outreach and Intergovernmental Representatives work with local communities, businesses and governments. Look for the regional contact closest to you, and contact them to see if they can recommend volunteer opportunities in your area.
Calling All Land Stewardship Volunteers!
Do you have a passion for preserving the natural landscape and water resources of Florida? A desire to protect native plants and animals – and to enhance their critical wetland and woodland habitats? Looking for a meaningful way to contribute to natural lands conservation and ecosystem restoration? If so, then join us in carrying out the South Florida Water Management District's land stewardship mission by volunteering your time and talents!
Land Stewardship Volunteer Opportunities
Develop and maintain hiking and equestrian trails
Maintain and improve public use facilities and amenities
Conduct field interpretations and guided tours
Remove exotic plants and replant native species
Organize and lead litter clean-ups
Assist with District-sponsored public events such as Earth Day and Public Lands Day
Become part of our team today and reap the personal rewards from doing your part to restore and preserve the "real" Florida. YOUR Florida.
For information on land stewardship volunteer opportunities, please contact Bijaya Kattel at email@example.com.
Known as the crown jewel of Audubon sanctuaries, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a spectacular and pristine mix of native plants and animals. Ancient 600-year-old cypress trees tower into the sky, shading the shallow swamp waters. Volunteers can be involved with protecting the swamp in many different areas of sanctuary operations. Working closely with Audubon employees, volunteers contribute countless hours and services. You, too, can be part of this family.
The Pine Jog Environmental Education Center is one of the oldest nature centers in the nation serving more than 25,000 students, 750 teachers and 12,500 adults/families each year. The center is located in Palm Beach County.
Volunteers are needed to work in many different areas of the park. The Park's website has a Volunteer link with additional information and an online application. You will need to print the application from the Park, fill it out and mail it to the Park. Summer Intern Positions are filled locally through the U.S. Park Service.
You can volunteer to help the Florida Department of Environmental Protection preserve a variety of coastal resources. Whether it's helping monitor water quality in Charlotte Harbor, planting mangroves in Rookery Bay or participating in a beach cleanup near St. Augustine, there's lots of opportunities to get your hands dirty.