Volunteer and become a Habitat Hero!

Join public land managers in the effort to protect our natural areas from the advance of invasive plants. Whether you want to work as an individual or part of a group, whether you want to adopt a specific area for long-term stewardship or want to be assigned to an area for a one-time event, the staff at TCWP can help match your skills and needs to a public land parcel in need of stewards. Volunteer projects are available June through September.

Request to Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities

Two ways to participate:

Join a Habitat Heroes Workday

We have a Habitat Heroes Workday open to the public almost every week of the summer (June - September) and would love your help! No advanced training is required.

Most of the work sites are located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest or Grand Teton National Park. Habitat Heroes occasionally works on state or private lands as well.

Workdays are led by specially-trained volunteer Habitat Heroes Coordinators and/or JHWMA staff.

Events are approximately 2 hours in duration, and they're a great way to start learning how to identify and remove invasive plants!

Please submit a Request to Volunteer, below, and one of our staff will assist you in finding a work day to join.

Become a Certified Habitat Hero Volunteer

Are you ready to be a trained Certified Habitat Hero Volunteer?

Certified Habitat Heroes are authorized to manage invasive plants within specific work sites without supervision, are able to lead other volunteers, and may even be able to take on a new work site.

The minimum age for certification is 16 years old.

Please submit a Request to Volunteer, below, and indicate your interest in Habitat Hero Certification training.

Habitat Heroes really make a difference.

Volunteer Form

Please fill out the provided form to help us understand your interests and availability. This will enable us to match you with the most suitable volunteer opportunity. Thank you for your interest in supporting our efforts to protect Teton County's ecosystems from invasive species!