Volunteer for Texas Parks and Wildlife

Park Clean-up and Restoration (Statewide):

The severe storms that occurred in late-May, 2015 resulted in many Texas State Parks sustaining some degree of damage. The outpouring of public support to assist with clean-up efforts has been greatly appreciated. Safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is a priority before we begin clean-up and restoration. Many parks are still engaged in crisis management and/or are conducting safety/risk assessments. Therefore, utilization of volunteers may be postponed until a later date in the near future. Volunteers will serve a critical role in helping parks with clean-up and restoration

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Welcome New Volunteers

As a TPWD volunteer, use your time and talents to protect Texas' wild things and places. Texas needs you more than ever! To become a volunteer, complete the following steps:

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  3. Join our community

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Guide for job categories

Boating

  • Boater Education
  • Paddle Sports

State Parks

  • Buffalo Soldiers
  • Park Hosts
  • Trail Mantenance

Conservation Education

  • Project Wild
  • Youth Ambassadors

Fishing and Hatcheries

  • Angler Education
  • Sea Center Texas
  • Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center

Outdoor Skills

  • Archery
  • Mobile Shooting Program
  • Texas Outdoor Family

Special Events/
Projects

  • Coastal Expo
  • Life's Better Outside Experience

Wildlife & Citizen Science

  • Texas Nature Trackers
  • Wildlife Management Areas

Hunting

  • Hunter Education
  • Texas Youth Hunting Program

Service Projects

  • Adult
  • Youth