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Agro-Ecology Project in Costa Rica

Volunteers live and work on an agro-ecological farm and are involved in many different aspects of a self-sufficient farm. The work will include construction, feeding the animals, planting seeds, soil conservation, maintenance of medicinal plants, using and producing organic fertilizer, maintaining the spring-water wells, and harvesting crops. The work is at times challenging, but volunteers have found it stimulating and rewarding.

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Volunteer Work Exchange Costa Rica

Volunteer (USA) with one of our employees in the garden

The Volunteer Work Exchange (VWE) Program at Rancho Margot is available to responsible individuals who are committed to becoming a part of our sustainable eco-friendly project while also agreeing to ensure professional customer service and a positive environment for the hotel guests of Rancho Margot. Volunteers offer their services in exchange for room & board and the lifestyle of the Ranch.

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  • Program ID: #2203
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    Rancho Margot Costa Rica
    El Fosforo
    21007 El Castillo
    Costa Rica
    10° 24' 50.292" N, 84° 45' 57.42" W
    CR

Saving Sea Turtles in beautiful Nicaragua

This unique conservation program is one of the best opportunities to participate in a small-scale based community-led project. We strongly believe that communities are fundamental to the long-term conservation of sea turtles. By working closely with local community members who depend economically on the conservation of turtles, we harness their knowledge and maximize conservation efforts. This conservation program is initiated with the aim to extend the unique opportunity of volunteers participating in the protection of hawksbill turtles.

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Saving Sea Turtles in El Salvador

This unique volunteer program is one of the best opportunities to participate in a small-scale based conservation project. We strongly believe that communities are fundamental to the long-term conservation of sea turtles. By working closely with local community members who depend economically on the conservation of turtles, we harness their knowledge and maximize conservation efforts. This volunteer program is initiated with the aim to extend the unique opportunity of volunteers participating in the protection of hawksbill turtles.

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Galena Creek Forest Naturalist Internship, Nevada

We have a number of positions available for interns to assist with environmental education on the forest and urban interface between Reno, Nevada and the Sierra Nevada mountains, with special emphasis on the unique ecology of Galena Creek Park. Internship positions are for a minimum of 3 months, after which it is possible to extend your stay. Interns will be involved with several tasks, including: Providing interpretive and directional information for the Galena Creek Recreation Area, Developing educational materials based on Sierra Nevada and Great Basin Natural History, Presenting public outreach programs - including community events, hikes, short talks, Friday Night Campfire programs, library programs, and other special events, Conducting informal roving interpretation to the public on foot, Staffing the information desk at the Galena Creek Visitor Center to answer phone and in-person inquiries, open and close the visitor center, daily center upkeep, and provide a high level of customer service to visitors, Staffing the Center Bookstore - which includes doing inventory, running a cash register, and answering questions about merchandise.

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