VolunTOUR (Burnt Bridge Creek Trail)

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City of Vancouver

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VolunTOUR is an explorational, educational, volunteer program with the City of Vancouver and Clark County that promotes volunteerism and introduces volunteers to new sites, skills, and volunteer opportunities throughout the City and County. Volunteers meet at a different location each month on 2nd and 4th Thursdays, September though May*, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Each opportunity will be co-led by a partner organization and will begin with a 15 - 20 minute educational talk related to the corresponding volunteer opportunity.

September 26 - Heritage Farm WSU Extension

Featuring: Clark County Food Bank & Heritage Farm History with Joe of Bi-Zi Farms

October 10 & October 24 - Fisher's Cemetery

Featuring: Cemetery Staff

November 14 - Columbia Springs

Featuring: Columbia Springs

*Note* There will be no VolunTOUR opportunity on November 28th, due to Thanksgiving.

December & January - OFF

February 13 & February 27 - Burnt Bridge Creek Trail

Featuring: Watershed Alliance

March 12 & March 26 - Leverich Park

Featuring: Washington Trails Association

April 9 & April 23 - CASEE

Featuring: Master Composter Recyclers (MCR) & Naturescaping

May 14 & May 28 - Pacific Park

Featuring: Clark County Master Gardeners

**All project times, location, and featured co-leader subject to change.**

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415 West 6th Street, P.O. Box 1995, Vancouver, WA 98668, US

Mission Statement

Our Goal: An Active, Involved Community

To realize the benefits of our unique and diverse community in the City of Vancouver, we must create ways to break down barriers and make government more accessible to everyone. The interaction of residents and government strengthens our community. We also believe government effectiveness increases when citizens are engaged and informed. We value volunteers and encourage involvement, whether it is within the neighborhood or within the larger community, because it promotes a healthy city.


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When you volunteer you change your community for the better. Whether it’s picking up litter in a neighborhood park, serving on a board or commission, or anything in-between, volunteers are creating positive change throughout the City of Vancouver. We welcome volunteers for one-time events, as well as those who would like to donate their time on a regular basis. Whatever your interests are, we can help find a volunteer role for you!


Thu Feb 13, 2020
03:30 PM - 05:30 PM  


1806 NE 41st CirVancouver, WA 98663




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