Plum Tree Island National Wildlife Refuge offers only limited volunteer opportunities, which occur largely off-site. Volunteers can provide assistance with off-site special events coordination, staffing booths at outreach events, conducting environmental education at schools, and interpreting the resources of the refuge to a variety of organizations. Volunteers are given the option to work as their availability allows. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact Wildlife Refuge Specialist Cyrus Brame (804-829-9020 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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The refuge is not open to the public. Due to fragile habitats and safety concerns associated with its former use as a bombing range, public access is prohibited. Unauthorized entry is a federal offense and is punishable by fine and possibly imprisonment.