Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT)

318 Chase Rd, Dartmouth, Ma 02747, Usa
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Our missionTo preserve and protect Dartmouth’s natural resources for people and nature, forever.

Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT)

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Trail Crew Volunteer

Trail Crew volunteers help to maintain our trails. Volunteers clear hazards such as tree or rocks, help maintain or replace signage, and keep our Reserves looking great.
  • One-time, Occasional, Monthly
  • Teens, 55+, Adults, Child with Adult
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10), Families
  • Physical, Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekends

Office Volunteer

Office Volunteers help with a variety of tasks such as sorting through paper work to archive important documents; assist with fundraising mailings; calling members during our phone-a-thon; and assisting with printing, filing, and scanning important stewardship files.
  • Occasional, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Office work, Indoor
  • On-site, Formal
  • Weekdays


Volunteers help by staffing a table at an event; serving as a docent at the Parsons daffodil field; or helping with an event such as our daffodil party, annual meeting or holiday party.
  • Occasional, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site, Formal
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends

Group or Corporate Volunteer opportunities

If you are a business, community or civic group interested in volunteering with DNRT, please contact DNRT at (508) 991-2289, and DNRT can work with your group to create a customized volunteer program.
  • One-time, Occasional
  • Adults
  • Groups (2-10), Corporate Teams
  • Physical, Event support, Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you helpDNRT could not accomplish all that we do without our terrific volunteers! They help keep our Reserves looking great, our events hugely successful, and our office running smoothly.
About usDartmouth Natural Resources Trust is a non-profit, membership supported organization formed in 1971 by community members concerned about the future of Dartmouth. Over the years DNRT has helped permanently protect almost 5,000 acres of wetlands, wildlift habitat, farmland, forests and scenic landscapes in Dartmouth, making us one of the most successful land trusts in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. DNRT currently owns more than 1,500 acres of conservation land on Reserves that are open to the community.
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