Volunteering with the Society
Share time, energy, and expertise in support of the Society's conservation mission.
New England Wild Flower Society offers volunteers a variety of opportunities across New England. You can help support the Society's native plant conservation mission. Volunteers monitor invasive plants, search out rare species with the Plant Conservation Corps, lead tours at Garden in the Woods, lend a hand with horticultural projects, and help with administrative tasks at Society headquarters.
For more information on volunteer opportunities with New England Wild Flower Society, contact the Education Director, at 508-877-7630, ext. 3302, email@example.com or fill out the Volunteer Application Form.
- Adult Garden Guide - offer visitors a personal introduction to Garden in the Woods (Framingham, MA)
- Children’s Garden Guide - make nature come alive for our young visitors (Framingham, MA)
- Library - staff our library, a unique collection of over 4,500 botanical and horticultural books (Framingham, MA)
- Bloom Board - updating this kiosk lets visitors know what’s in bloom during the week (Framingham, MA)
- Horticulture - practice ecological gardening and manage the Garden in the Woods collection (Framingham, MA)
- Stock Beds - grow woodland wildflowers that do not perform as well in traditional nursery settings (Framingham, MA)
- Invasive Plant Management - manage invasive plant populations in natural areas (Opportunities throughout New England)
- Plant Conservation - protect the native flora of New England (Opportunities throughout New England)
- Seed Bank - prepare and process seeds for long-term storage (Framingham, MA)
- Philanthropy - assist with research, database maintenance, mailings, and donor/member events (Framingham, MA)
- Gala Committee - help design, create, and support the Society’s new Gala in the fall of 2014 (Framingham, MA)
- Garden Shop & Native Plant Sales - help keep the native plants we sell in peak condition and answer customer questions (Framingham, MA)