The American Prairie Reserve volunteer program creates an opportunity to connect people with the Reserve while simultaneously building project capacity. Through hands on experience, volunteers engage in the work of the Reserve making a meaningful contribution to the development of the Reserve. Volunteers assist the staff to develop American Prairie Reserve into a wildlife reserve by contributing to the legacy of the project. To register for any of our volunteer opportunities, please complete our volunteer registration form: Word document or printable PDF. Send the completed form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to American Prairie Reserve, PO Box 908, Bozeman MT 59771.
APR Fall Volunteer Work Safari
September 12-16, 2013
Volunteers play a large role in infrastructure removal and habitat restoration which improves wildlife habitat and visitor experience on the Reserve. Volunteers are expected to work three full days in the field on an assigned project which may include removing fence posts, barb wire, or old buildings. Work is primarily outdoors, resulting in exposure to sun, rain, mud, wind, pollen and other airborne irritants, bugs, and wildlife. Work on the American Prairie Reserve is physically demanding in nature; requiring hiking, sitting on the ground, standing, and lifting of up to 25lb.
Our Volunteer Work Safari is a fun, challenging and rewarding five day prairie adventure that gives volunteers the chance to meet and work with incredible people while surrounded by incredible scenery. This is an excellent opportunity to connect to, explore and experience the prairie landscape hands on. Volunteers spend all day in the field allowing for ample time to observe prairie flora and fauna. Our knowledgeable Reserve team guide volunteers through the landscape teaching volunteers how to land snorkel (take the time to savor aspects of nature we ordinarily don’t see or pay attention to). We hope you join us on our next Volunteer Work Safari.
Volunteer Campground Host
May, June, September, October 2013
Our first campground officially opened in May of 2011. The volunteer campground host is the first point of contact for visitors staying at Buffalo Camp and exploring the expansive American Prairie Reserve. As the campground host you will provide a high quality visitor experience by welcoming campers, answering questions and maintaining our campground. Host positions typically lasts one month. Live and volunteer on America’s Great Plains while contributing to the American Prairie Reserve mission.
Bozeman Office Volunteer
American Prairie Reserve welcomes office volunteers to help with the daily tasks of running of our organization. Volunteers assist our administrative staff with everyday business tasks such as filing, mailings, database entry and special projects. Office volunteers help keep our administrative costs down to ensure that our resources can be dedicated to our mission.
Do you have a specific skill or interest you would like to share with American Prairie Reserve? Please contact us to share your talents.
To register for any of our volunteer opportunities, please complete our volunteer registration form. Send completed form by email to email@example.com or by mail to: American Prairie Reserve, PO Box 908, Bozeman MT 59771.