Volunteer

Volunteer with SEMPBA and help save the Pine Barrens of Southeastern Massachusetts!

SEMPBA is building a network of public and private organizations and individuals to raise awareness and engage the community in programs and projects to conserve and restore the Pine Barrens of Southeastern Massachusetts. We are all volunteers. It's going to take a lot of volunteers to save the ecoregion. Please join us.

If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, or any other volunteer work, please contact Sharl at sempba@pinebarrensalliance.org.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Pine Barrens Ambassadors
SEMPBA Ambassadors promote awareness of the Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens for all ages through direct contact with the public. We need volunteers who know or are willing to learn about the natural and cultural resources of the region to share their expertise with others. Ambassadors lead hikes, share information about native plants and landscaping to enhance habitat, or engage visitors at SEMPBA's mini nature center in playful environmental learning.

Clerical Aide
SEMPBA needs volunteers to help with administrative tasks such as volunteer coordination and office management.

Data Reviewer
SEMPBA needs a detail-oriented volunteer capable of reviewing field assessments for completeness and appropriateness before sending them to the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program (NHESP).

Field Assessors
SEMPBA needs volunteers to assess and monitor parcels of Pine Barrens habitat on public lands. Field Assessors receive training and are expected to do light field work involving walking trails and recording observations.

Research Compiler
SEMPBA needs volunteers who can identify and review scientific data and research on the Pine Barrens, including data and information gathered or generated by SEMPBA volunteers.

Website Developer
SEMPBA needs a volunteer knowledgeable in Adobe Suite products, applications including GIS, and widgets to develop and maintain SEMPBA's website.

Writer
SEMPBA needs volunteers who can turn scientific data and research on the Pine Barrens into attractive and easily understood written material for the general public.