How to Become a BLM Volunteer?
BLM welcomes volunteers from all walks of life: whatever your interest, there's a volunteer opportunity to match. And what a great chance for families to come together with a purpose. The BLM in California recruits volunteers to assist with the completion of unfunded conservation work that would otherwise go undone. The program provides individuals and community organizations an opportunity to be actively involved in the administration of public lands.
See the great accomplishments done by our many volunteers.
Are you eligible?
Anyone over the age of 18 years can volunteer. Youths under the age of 18 must volunteer with a parent/guardian or be a part of an organized youth group such as a school, civic, or church group. Youth volunteers must have written parental or guardian consent.
Find a Volunteer Opportunity
- Click Here to view the opportunities in the Palm Springs Field Office Area
- Contact a local field office to find out about opportunities in your area
- BLM California has many opportunties with the Wild Horse and Burro Program
- Click Here to view opportunities around the nation and with various agencies
Once you have found an opportunity complete and submit a Volunteer Application to the Volunteer Coordinator in the field office nearest you.
For More Information
Please contact Jennifer Taylor the Palm Springs Field Office Volunteer Coordinator at 760-833-7117 or by email Jennifer_L_Taylor@blm.gov
For California Desert District volunteer information please contact Barbara Croonquist the CDD Volunteer Coordinator at 951-697-5209 or by email email@example.com
Click Here for BLM California volunteer information.
Click Here for BLM National volunteer information.