Doing good feels good. Consider giving your spirits a lift by volunteering with Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Across the state, we have opportunities to work alone or in small groups. Scheduling is flexible, and you can arrange your opportunity directly with a property.
Here’s a list of some of the ways citizens work with DNR:
- Act as campground hosts
- Act as a Nature Center Attendant
- Assist with carpentry projects
- Assist with cemetery surveys, archaeological work, and history research
- Clean up waterways
- Internships for school credit (unpaid)
- Maintain trails
- Monitor birdhouses
- Plant rare native plants
- Remove invasive plants
- Share photography or artwork
There are a variety of volunteer opportunities and activities throughout the year. To learn about these volunteer opportunities:
Sign up to be a volunteer
- Create a Volunteer Profile
- Fill out a Volunteer Service Agreement. The agreements are fillable PDFs that can be downloaded, saved, and emailed to dnrvolunteer@dnr.IN.gov when completed. No printing necessary.
- If you 18 or older, please use the Adult Volunteer Service Agreement.
- If you are younger than 18, please have a guardian fill out the Youth Volunteer Service Agreement.
Check out these divisions to learn more:
Have questions about volunteering for Indiana Department of Natural Resources?
We’re happy to help.