Whether your ideal volunteer opportunity involves hiking or typing, we have jobs for you! Peruse the menu of volunteer options below, choose one or several roles that interest you, and then contact Lyndsay to get rolling!
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Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
There really is something for everybody!
We've rolled out a fresh new menu of volunteer opportunities with your varying interests and availablity in mind! Read more to learn about how you can get involved.
Board of Directors
Washington Wild has four full-time and several part-time staff members, a budget of approx. $400,000 annually and statewide conservation programs. Washington Wild is a member of Earthshare of Washington. The Board provides general strategic vision and high-level management of the organization. Board members are expected to attend 6 regular meetings a year including an annual board retreat. Board members also participate in various other organizational events, fundraising and outreach activities.
PhotoDocumenting by volunteers will grow our photo inventory of wildlands in Washington and provide photographs of undocumented places that Washington Wild can use in outreach materials.
Washington Wild works to protect Washington's unprotected forests and waterways, including inventoried and un-inventoried roadless areas, through our place based campaigns. PhotoDocumenting by volunteers will grow our photo inventory of wildlands in Washington and provide photographs of undocumented places that Washington Wild can use in outreach materials. Instructional materials and photo documentation paperwork will be provided to volunteers, which will assist in capturing the values of the areas we are working to protect.
Wildlands Report Instructions
By having diverse voices describe one specific place, we can help people to see the significance, the uniqueness, and the relevance that wild places play in their lives.
Description: This opportunity requires volunteers to hike in proposed wilderness areas and inventoried roadless areas in support of Washington Wild's place-based wilderness campaigns. Post hike, the volunteers will be asked to write a narrative about his/her hiking experiences, with specific instruction to reference Wild and Scenic River designations and wilderness or roadless areas. These "Wildland Reports" will be published on the Washington Wild website; they are intended to inspire others to take that same hike and to learn about why specific wildlands need protection.