To preserve, protect, maintain and enhance the city's parklands and recreational facilities and engage people in leisure activities that contribute to their quality of life.
To volunteer please call (727) 893-7326.
Boyd Hill as a beautiful place to see and appreciate nature but sometimes mother nature could use a little help. We are always accepting volunteer applications.
People in the community looking for meaningful opportunities to connect with nature and share their passion with others are always welcome here at the preserve. Here’s a list of just a few of the opportunities available:
Red indicates a critical need
To begin volunteering fill out the Volunteer Application and Liability waiver.
Next attend an orientation.
You can check our schedule to see when the next one will be held or schedule your own, subject to staff availability by contacting us.
We accept students needing hours for a class such as Eckerd college’s Quest for Meaning, a scholarship, such as Bright Futures or other programs.
The Friends of Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, formed in 1981, promotes awareness of the park, educates the public, preserves and protects the park. The Friend's mission is to provide volunteer and financial support, for details 727-893-7326.
Enjoy the benefits of Friendship...
The Pinellas Pioneer Settlement Organization is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to authentically recreate the life styles of Pinellas County pioneers through the relocation or recreation of period buildings and education about the skills, crafts, and social customs of early settlers.
Gain knowledge and experience in the field of environmental science, ecology, forestry or even recreation. Internships offer opportunities for hands on experience and a curriculum that bends to suit the needs of your program.
Fill out the Volunteer Application and Liability waiver.
Attend an orientation, check our schedule for next meeting, or schedule your own subject to staff availability by contacting us. Internships are unpaid.
We occasionally accept workers fulfilling court ordered community service hours.
Work days: Monday - Friday starting at 7 a.m. Ask to speak to a ranger regarding court adjudicated community service. Acceptance at discretion of supervisor.