The Corps of Engineers is a diverse federal agency offering many volunteer opportunities in recreation and natural resource management. We are the stewards of almost 12 million acres of land and water held in the public trust. We need your help.
As a volunteer, you can gain valuable skills, work outdoors, meet new people, see new areas of the country and achieve a proud sense of contributing to the environment.
What Can Volunteers Do?
~Design, build and maintain trails
~Develop and build interpretive displays
~Serve as campground hosts
~Improve accessibility of recreation areas
~Conduct interpretive programs
~Plant flowers, shrubs and trees
~Administration and Public Relations
~Staff offices and visitor areas
~Write or edit materials for publications
~Design layouts of bulletin boards
~Operate computer programs
Fish and Wildlife
~Build and install artificial fish habitat
~Restore wildlife habitat
~Install nesting structures
Who May Volunteer?
Anyone can become a volunteer.
Persons of all ages and abilities have something valuable to contribute. Applicants under 18 must have parental or legal guardian consent. Volunteers are limited only by their willingness to serve. You may work full time or just a few hours each week. You will receive a general orientation as well as training specific to your needs.
For information on volunteering, contact the Greers Ferry Project Office
America's Natural and Cultural Resources Volunteer Portal
for multi-government opportunities across the nation!