The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin provides sustainable funding for Wisconsin’s most imperiled species and public lands, while connecting generations to the wonders of Wisconsin’s lands, waters, and wildlife through conservation, education, engagement and giving. Together, we protect and restore Wisconsin’s native landscapes and imperiled wildlife species, and connect people to our state’s natural heritage. If you believe your values and experience would complement our mission, please join our team!
Current Job Openings
We are hiring a part-time office manager to help keep our organization running smoothly so that we can continue to protect and restore Wisconsin’s incredible natural resources. Click the link above to read the full job announcement or download the PDF here.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
General assistance with mailings and filing in the Madison office (we’re a lot of fun to be with!).
Restoration and management of State Natural Areas statewide (for more information, visit the DNR’s SNA volunteer page).
Help out in various roles at Wisconsin’s State Parks (to find a volunteer position, visit the DNR’s state parks volunteer page).
Become a citizen-based monitor. Collect data to study and protect plants, animals, and habitats. Choose from a list of major, statewide citizen-based monitoring projects or learn more from the Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Network.
Spreading the word on our Foundation by hosting a conservation forum in your community.
If you’re interested or have questions, please call us at (866) 264-4096 or email [email protected].