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Volunteers make a huge impact by sharing their time and talents with us. Some volunteers enjoy working outdoors on Stewardship visits or habitat restoration projects while others prefer to help in the office or helping to make our events a success. Here are a few of the main Volunteer Needs below.

What are your talents? Whatever they may be, we can always use an extra hand! 

Volunteer Needs


Spend a couple hours outside visiting some of the beautiful properties protected by Tri-Valley Conservancy’s Conservation Easements. See the Stewardship Volunteer description to learn more. 

Events & Exhibits

We need your help before, during, and after the event. Volunteers help plan the event, organize the auction, take tickets, address letters, and do just about everything else necessary to put on a fundraising event.

We need volunteers to help out at a variety of events such as our Livermore Uncorked! Wine Competition & Celebration. We also occasionally schedule volunteers to spend a few hours with Tri-Valley Conservancy at various community outreach events such as parades and street fairs, answering questions and distributing information to the public.  This is a fun job where you get to meet a lot of people. We hope you’ll join us.  Contact Diana Roberts for more information, droberts@trivalleyconservancy.org or 925 449-8706 ext. 203.


News and Views, the newsletter of the Tri-Valley Conservancy, is published three times a year to inform our members and friends about the current issues and events in the Tri-Valley.  Artists, editors, writers, photographers and other contributors are needed to produce the newsletter as well as press releases and other public relations materials.


Help us out with mailings, filing, data entry, and archival collections.  Is there a computer “guru” out there who will help us out? Whether you have skills to share, or time to spend with us stuffing envelopes, writing out thank you cards and Holiday cards, we always need help around the office.


What skills would you like to share with Tri-Valley Conservancy? We’re open to your creativity!