Volunteering is a great way to make a difference, and have fun doing it! The Land Trust has a need for volunteer support in a variety of ways, and often looks to volunteer expertise, advice and support in the various aspects of land conservation. If you are interested in volunteering with the Land Trust, please explore the current opportunities below and submit the associated volunteer interest form.

In addition to the opportunities listed below, click here to learn about environmental volunteer opportunities available with organizations from across the Olympic Peninsula.


It takes a stellar team of behind the scene volunteers to keep conservation projects moving forward. From office inventory and mailings to entering data, volunteers willing to assist with administrative work are key to the efficiency and success of the Land Trust.


Volunteer support is critical to the following 2019 events:
  • Conservation Breakfast (March)
  • Love Where You Live: Dance & Potluck (June/July)
  • Harvest Dinner (September)
  • Clallam County Farm Tour (October)
  • Event Support

    Assist the Event Coordinator in planning and managing events. This may include organizing volunteers, procuring food, and creating decorations, etc. Learn More
  • Event Support – Administrative

    Provide support before and after an event to organize and inventory supplies, such as tableware, linens, etc., for the event. Additional tasks may include assisting with design and printing of event signage, mailing Thank You letters and entering event information into a database. Learn More
  • Event Support – Day of Event

    Assist with tasks associated with running an event, which may include delivering materials to the event location, set-up, guest interaction, food service and clean-up following the event. Learn More


Volunteer fundraising assistance to both maintain and grow the amount of support for conservation is key to continuing efforts to maintain and steward the lands that define and sustain the communities of Clallam County.
  • Gift Thank You Caller

    The Land Trust strives to practice gratitude throughout all aspects of our work, including thanking all those who financially support local land conservation. Help us show our appreciation by making phone calls to thank donors for their gifts. Learn More
  • Grant Support

    Provide support for specific conservation projects. Tasks may include taking photographs, doing research and copy editing grant applications. Learn More


Do you love where you live? Volunteering in support of the Land Trust's outreach efforts is a great way to spread the love of the North Olympic Peninsula.
  • Ambassador at Community Outreach Opportunities

    Be an ambassador for local land conservation by staffing the Land Trust’s outreach/informational table and display at a variety of community outreach and educational events, like the annual Dungeness River Festival. Tasks include engaging with the public, answering questions and providing educational materials, etc. Learn More
  • Volunteer Coordination

    Assist the Land Trust’s Community Engagement Specialist provide direction and support to the organization’s growing team of volunteers. Help schedule, recruit and thank volunteers. Learn More


From bird surveys to pulling invasive weeds, volunteers are needed to help steward the incredible lands conserved with North Olympic Land Trust.
  • Conservation Area Steward

    Do you live near a Land Trust Conservation Area or frequently visit an area? If so, consider becoming a Conservation Area Steward by regularly walking the trails to monitor trail conditions, assisting with property maintenance, monitoring the area for trash or signs of undesirable use of the area, refilling property brochure boxes, and providing a… Learn More
  • Conservation Easement Monitoring

    Join Easement Stewardship staff to inspect properties protected by conservation easements for compliance. Learn More
  • Stewardship Crew

    Join the Land Trust Steward Crew and help the Land Manager maintain the lands owned by the organization. Assist with trail building and maintenance and invasive weed control. Learn More
  • Surveyors: Botany | Birds & Wildlife | Insects & Butterflies | Streams & Shorelines

    Put your knowledge of flora and fauna to work! Volunteers are needed to monitor both plant and animal species. Reoccurring surveys of what plants and animals are present on conserved lands, as well as projects underway, can help us better understand the relationship between conservation and ecosystem health and biodiversity and provides information to make… Learn More