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Salt Lake City, UT 84115

volunteer

Utah Open Lands relies on volunteers like you to accomplish the land saving mission of our organization.
Think we're up your alley?
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Want to get involved? 
Here's who we're looking for:
  • Social Media Socialite: Create and schedule social media posts and blog posts under the direction of the Outreach Coordinator.

  • Graphic Design Guru or Marketing Master: Assist with the creation of newsletters, brochures, and other Utah Open Lands publications.

  • Photographer or Videographer: Capture photo and video of the scenic beauty of Utah Open Lands protected open spaces. Assist with organizing Utah Open Lands photo database.

  • Mapping - GIS or story mapping: Create visual representations of the breadth and depth of Utah Open Lands conservation work to be used on the website and as outreach/marketing materials.

  • Fundraiser Extraordinaire: Assist Utah Open Lands in gaining funding to continue land saving mission.

  • Monitoring: Assist our Stewardship Director in monitoring protected properties.

  • Event Host or Outreach Organizer: Are you generally the life of the parties you attend, do you know how to facilitate connectivity at an event or educate others?  Or perhaps you understand the finer workings of the details which make a great party?  Volunteer at our events!

Looking for an internship? 

Land trust work is a rapidly growing sector of the environmental field. Individuals seeking full-time jobs with organizations working to preserve the environment are increasingly needed to demonstrate their interest and experience.

An internship with Utah Open Lands is an excellent opportunity for hands-on, grassroots experience with a growing conservation organization and often times can be realized as credits through a university or college program.