Wildlife conservation, community and environmental volunteer projects and internships worldwide

Volunteers working in the nature in South Africa
Volunteers working in the nature in South Africa

Nature’s Valley Conservation Education Volunteers, South Africa

Join this hands-on Volunteer Programme and help protect the environmental integrity of Nature’s Valley. Volunteers will gain experience in a wide range of skills whilst getting an insight into life as a conservationist in Africa. Become a conservation education volunteer and take part in a grassroots project that brings real change to communities and how they see the natural resources they use. This is an opportunity to engage local school children, project partners, conservation professionals and the local community.

January 22nd 2020

Volunteers at carnival
Volunteers at carnival

Carnival Preparation Volunteer Programme, Brazil

From November-February, the Carnival Programme allows volunteers to get involved in the preparation and hard work that goes into one of the biggest parties on the face of the earth! Samba schools competing at the Carnival have a full year of intense work to prepare the many floats, costumes, music and dances. Samba schools are born from the local favelas and most of the schools take their names from the community they represent.

January 14th 2020

Creative for Conservation volunteer
Creative for Conservation volunteer

Amazon Creative for Conservation Programme, Peru

This programme uses media and art to connect people with rainforests. To do this, the project develops data, information and media. Then, it actively shares this content through open-source portals, galleries and schools. An example of one initiative is a film series covering natural history and current topics in the Amazon. Another is the recording of forest sounds for a ‘chill-out’ album. All content is developed by the fantastic network of voluntary co-creators and participants.

January 7th 2020

Medicinal Plants Interview with local
Medicinal Plants Interview with local

Amazon Permaculture & Forestry Conservation Programme, Peru

Sustainability is one of the highest priorities on this project. Previous volunteers have helped create a recycling system, a compost pit and a pilot project for composting toilets. Maintenance of these systems is essential. They must function properly. Thus, volunteers are asked to help in maintaining and harvesting the compost. In addition, volunteers get to use their own background to suggest new systems that the project may not be aware of. Permaculture volunteers also assist in the medicinal and vegetable gardens. As well as on reforestation projects. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!

January 7th 2020