We Need Your Time and Talent

Wild Ones can't function without volunteers. Our board of directors and committee people are all volunteers. And much of the other important work that gets done at the national level and the chapter level would be impossible without the help of our wonderful volunteers.

Opportunities to Work With Wild Ones

VolunteersParticipation on national committees which function primarily as research and development committees – for example, marketing, merchandise, climate change, membership, finance.

Worker bees for the photo contest, the discussion group and Facebook, and the communications committee which includes several different teams, i.e., Journal, brochures and web site.

Within the framework of the Journal, these opportunities include writing educational material for the Journal, promoting advertising in the Journal, and fund-raising.

Within the framework of brochures and the web site, these opportunities include developing and preparing new promotional and educational material to be used at various fairs, festivals, home and garden shows, and speaker presentations, and on the web site.

Working with Seeds for Education grant applicants and grant recipients throughout the United States to research, develop, construct, and maintain their outdoor-learning areas.

Contact us at info@for-wild.org or toll-free at
1-877-FOR-WILD (1-877-394-9453).

For Seeds for Education: sfedirector@for-wild.org

Opportunities at the WILD Center

Weeding gardens
Plant ground cover woodland plants
Remove buckthorn
Construct birdhouses (especially bluebirds)
Construct duckhouses
Install birdhouses
Install duckhouses
Install Wild Ones yard sign in front garden
Set up library in lower level
Update library index with new materials

Contact us at info@for-wild.org or toll-free at
1-877-FOR-WILD (1-877-394-9453).

Opportunities Working With Wild Ones Chapters and Projects

Participation on local committees which serve to promote the chapter to the community such as publicity, membership, web site maintenance, etc.

Worker bees for promotional activities related to various fairs, festivals, home and garden shows, and speaker presentations.

Worker bees for various environmental projects such as removal of invasive species, development and/or maintenance of community native plantings, assistance with community outdoor-learning centers, etc.

To find a chapter near you, go to for-wild.org/chapters.html.