Many different types of volunteer opportunities are available and many fall into one of the following categories: fish and wildlife; recreation; rangelands; forests; geology, energy and minerals; archeology; history; watersheds; administrative support; public information; wild horses and burros; engineering and surveying; data management; and planning.
Volunteers can work individually or as part of a team and on short-term or long-term projects. Most BLM volunteers serve part-time, such as on weekends or during a certain season.
To protect the safety of all involved individuals, volunteers may be subject to a federal background check, depending on the type of volunteer work chosen.
Fill out a volunteer interest form and start volunteering with the BLM today!
Your completed interest forms can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to the following address:
Bureau of Land Management
Idaho State Office (c/o Krista Berumen)
1387 S. Vinnell Way
Boise, ID. 83709
If you have specific questions, please contact Krista Berumen, BLM Idaho Volunteer Coordinator, by phone at 208-373-3826 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you are matched to a volunteer opportunity, you will work with your BLM project supervisor to complete a Volunteer Services Agreement. If you are volunteering a group or organization you will also need to complete one of these forms for the entire group. Each individual member of the group should provide their contact information as an attachment. If you are under 18 years old, you need to have parental consent. The parent/guardian should sign the volunteer agreement.