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Earth Team Volunteers

Become an Earth Team volunteer.

Why be a Volunteer?

People volunteer with the Earth Team for a lot of reasons, but all Earth Team Volunteers have one thing in common: they want to help protect the natural resources in their communities. Other reasons people volunteer include:

  • Enjoy working outdoors
  • Help others
  • Learn a new skill
  • Pursue an interest in natural resources
  • Gain work experience
  • Complete a school project
  • Meet high school community service requirements
  • Enhance college applications and scholarship applications 

Who Can Volunteer?

Anyone who is 14 years of age or older can volunteer their services to the Natural Resources Conservation Service.

What Kind of Jobs Volunteers Do?

  • Conservation Education
  • Natural Resource Inventories
  • Water Monitoring
  • Computer Assistance
  • Surveying
  • Clerical Assistance
  • Administrative
  • Soil Science

Want to be an Earth Team Volunteer?

Contact Florida NRCS State Earth Team Volunteer Coordinator Darryl Williams or call 850-682-3714 x 109.

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Florida Earth Team Contacts



Darryl Williams
State Volunteer Coordinator
Area 1 Volunteer Coordinator

850-682-3714 x 109

Dytra Lewis
State Office Representative


Amy Moore
Area 2 Volunteer Coordinator


Pete Deal
Area 3 Volunteer Coordinator


Aalia McClendon
Area 4 Volunteer Coordinator


 More Earth Team Information

Michele Brown, national volunteer coordinator, 888-526-3227 ext. 102
Bonnie Allely, national volunteer liaison, 888-526-3227 ext. 105
National Earth Team Website