• Breathtaking autumn colors in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

    Bering Land Bridge

    National Preserve Alaska

Volunteer

Whether you are looking for a chance to develop a hobby, share your talents, or learn new skills, volunteering provides a great opportunity to do just that.

LIBRARY MANAGEMENT
Accessioning and shelving books, maintaining electronic library catalog.

CATOLOGING DIGITAL IMAGES
Organize and add data to park's digital photo collection. Create images for park web site.

WORKING WITH CHILDREN
Assist with local school programs and other youth activities.

CARPENTRY PROJECTS
Assist park staff on some carpentry projects and backcountry cabin maintenance.

RESEARCH AND WRITING
Work on public information requests or write text for park web site.

ART WORKSHOPS
Share your talents with others and preserve cultural arts Interested in becoming a volunteer?


Apply for volunteer positions at Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Nome or across the nation with volunteer.gov or the SCA.

Did You Know?

An inactive 2005 Bilge Creek Fire.

A lightning strike ignites a fire in the preserve. The fire burns for a week and then rain puts it out. In about 7 years, a visitor could walk on the burned site having no idea there once was a fire under his or her feet. This speedy site re-vegetation is typical of tundra fire adapted ecosystems.