The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) greatly appreciates the energy and enthusiasm of the thousands of volunteers who contribute their time and experience to the public lands in Oregon and Washington. Volunteers blanket our public lands with important accomplishments and valuable achievements.
There are many different types of volunteer opportunities 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.
- Volunteer Projects
- Volunteer Contact List
- Visit http://www.volunteer.gov/ for a list of current opportunities or to submit an interest application.
If you have specific interests or questions please contact the OR/WA BLM Volunteer Coordinator at 503-808-6581 or BLM_OR_Volunteers_Mail@blm.gov.
2012 National Report
Each year, BLM publishes a comprehensive report on volunteer activities. The report includes profiles of outstanding volunteer projects and statistical information on state programs.