Eco Patrol Team Telašćica
Our sea Man transforms into the largest dump in the world! It is estimated that up to 12 million tons of plastic per year enter our seas all over the world and that around 80% of the world’s pollution of the sea is plastic waste. That waste in the sea comes by throwing it off from ships or shores, by wind from the land and by sea currents.
Come and join the Eco Patrol team. We can preserve the environment together, help us collect waste and marine debris in TelaĹˇÄ‡ica, and let us be the cleanest cove in the Adriatic.
Duties and responsibilities
clean the coves from the rubbish floating in the sea,
sort out the collected waste for recycling purposes,
lay down and prepare waste for transport,
help raise public awareness about the problem of marine debris,
based on the work done (cleaned waste), directly contribute to protecting and preserving the Park environment and the Adriatic sea.
Number of positions
Up to 6.
Six days a week (from Monday to Saturday), six hours a day. Minimum volunteering period is 7 days. For more information regarding the exact dates of activities, please contact the volunteer manager by filling out the form at the bottom of the page.
motivated to clean marine environment,
a team player,
be comfortable with working outdoors,
be resourceful and resilient.
Croatian or English. Foreign volunteers must speak English in order to communicate with the volunteer manager.
Volunteering with a disability
The position requires physical work in the open, and is thus not suitable for people with disabilities.
On the coastal zone of coves and beaches within the Park location. The cleaning activities will primarily take place in the cove locations that have most waste.
Accommodation is provided free of charge. Volunteers will be housed in the wooden cottage, within camp Mir in the Park. Â Rooms are with bunk beds. Bathroom and toilets are 20 m from the cottage.
Food is provided free of charge. Includes one hot meal a day in the common kitchen near the cottage by the Park service.
Local transportation within the Park is ensured. Travel costs of arrival to and departure from the Park have to be arranged by the volunteers themselves.
rent a bicycle, scooter, boat or a car in Sali and see the rest of the Dugi otok island and its sights,
rest and spend time with other colleagues, the Park staff and visitors of the island and the Park in numerous restaurants and taverns which offer local cuisine.
Contact Danijel Milić, our land resources advisor by filling out the form. Danijel will contact you with further information or register you as a volunteer if you are interested (and if there are positions available)!