Each year, the Delaware Nature Society introduces tens of thousands of children to the wonders of our natural environment. Be a part of our team!
Volunteer Guides work with staff to lead activities for school and scout groups throughout the year at Ashland Nature Center in Hockessin, Coverdale Farm in Greenville, and at the DuPont Environmental Education Center in downtown Wilmington. Scheduling is flexible.
Call David Pragoff, School & Public Group Team Leader, at 302-239-2334 x133 or email@example.com, to find out more!
The Division of Fish and Wildlife works to manage and improve wildlife populations, habitats and recreational facilities in its Wildlife Management Areas throughout the state – and you can help! Become a Wildlife Volunteer and be part of restoration efforts that will have a lasting impact for generations to come. Volunteer projects are open to the public and/or can also be scheduled for individual groups. For questions or to volunteer, contact Lynne Staub at 302-735-3600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seasonal Projects: Volunteers are needed for habitat management projects primarily in the Fall, Winter and early Spring. Year round and seasonal wildlife monitoring volunteer opportunities are also available with the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program and with Division’s environmental education programs.
Volunteer Calendar: The Division of Fish & Wildlife has an online Volunteer Calendar of Events that can be viewed on the volunteer website. Projects and events are listed monthly and provide helpful information on project details, timelines and contacts.
Volunteer Email Listserv: Interested receiving emails to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities? Sign up for the Volunteer Email Listserv and find out about projects in advance! To sign up, click on the Listserv link on the volunteer website.