The Task Force depends on our volunteers for everything from leading hikes to stuffing envelopes. At the Task Force, we believe that volunteering should not only help us grow, it should help you grow, too! Many of our opportunities are outdoors which allow our volunteers to enjoy nature and help us at the same time.
Here are some of our current volunteer opportunities:
The fundamental mission of the GP Task Force is to actively work to support the biological diversity and communities of the Northwest through conservation and restoration of forests, rivers, fish and wildlife.
The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is crucial to habitat connectivity and species migration across the spine of the Cascades and is home to 51 documented or suspected threatened, endangered, or sensitive plant species (such as pale blue-eyed grass), 24 threatened, endangered, or sensitive animal species, and a host of rare and common wildlife ranging from jumping slugs and ensatina salamanders to coyotes, deer, songbirds, and hawks, and the elusive wolverine. These attributes make the GPNF the ideal location to demonstrate that restored Northwest ecosystems and thriving wildlife populations can be good for the land, the land management agencies, and our communities.
We have a limited number of non-paid internship opportunities. These internships offer participants an opportunity to gain valuable work experience in a conservation advocacy organization while also supporting the mission of the GP Task Force.
Office Help: We are in need of people skilled at data entry for our membership records, Adobe InDesign to produce marketing materials, and general office help such as occasional mailing preparation. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have skills to lend.
If you have a special talent or just want to get involved don't hesitate to call us at (503) 221-2102, ext 102 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org