The Center is a busy place, and community support makes it all happen. Want to help out with your time and expertise or gain experience in the work we do? We’re looking for help in the following areas:
Interested? Fill out our volunteer information form and our staff will be in touch!
Have a whole group of people who want to join in? Fill out our group volunteer information form to get in touch.
Questions? Please contact Emily Chilcoat at 406.294.5099 or [email protected]
Get your hands dirty while supporting habitat restoration and land management efforts at the Montana Audubon Center! Our 54 acre restored landscape relies on individual and community volunteer support for continual maintenance and improvement, making it a beneficial wildlife habitat and outdoor teaching space.
Tuesday Work Days will be on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays along with Restoration Saturdays the Saturday after each Tuesday Work Day. Please check our calendar for dates.
Walk-ins are welcome. Or fill out the form above to become a regular volunteer!
As an intern, you’ll work with our dedicated staff of teacher naturalists to gain hands-on experience leading outdoor and environmental education programs. Using our 54-acre outdoor classroom, you’ll learn how to facilitate engaging science lessons, nature-based games, journaling activities, and cultural history lessons. Interns assist our staff in delivering programs, and may develop and lead unique programs of their own. As part of your training, you’ll develop naturalist interpretation skills for educating people about plants, birds, mammals & more. Interns may also have opportunities to assist with landscape restoration.
These are unpaid internships. You may earn academic credit through your college or university. Enjoy being part of something bigger than yourself – you will be supporting programs that provide nature education to people of all ages!
Ideal candidates have the following qualifications:
Interested? Fill out the application at this link.
In addition to being a community conservation education center, the Audubon Center is an ambitious habitat restoration site. Restoring the 54-acre site from gravel mine to wildlife habitat is an essential part of the Center’s story. Tasks include: plant trees, care for the plant nursery, irrigate new plantings, pull weeds, build trails, and more. These are fun and rewarding days that improve wildlife habitat and help build pride in the community. Are you or a group interested in getting involved? Contact the Center at 406.259.5099
For more information on how to get involved contact the Center Director at 406.294.5099