Gardening: Come out and help to maintain the Wildlife Botanical Gardens. Garden coordinators are out every Tuesday and Saturday from 9 a.m.-- noon and they need your help! Come out an learn about various plants as you work in the gardens. Basic garden maintenance.
Operations Coordinator: A handyperson is needed for minor repair work to tools and equipment. Carpentry skill would be helpful too. Flexible schedule, but mostly Tuesday or Saturday mornings.
Garden Coordinator or Apprentice positions may be available. These people work as a team to manage one of the wildlife attractive focus gardens. Visit our web site for more information.
Adopt-a-Bed in one of the focus gardens, responsible for maintenance and may also help with planting, come out at least twice a month.
Teaching: Teach a class on gardening for wildlife, natural landscape design, birds, butterflies, hummingbirds, etc. Writing: Write an article for our newsletter. Topics might include: birds, bees, other beneficial insects, or butterflies; a plant, tree or shrub that attracts wildlife; topics on natural gardening.
Like carpentry? Build or repair benches, or other wooden hardscape items in one of the ten focus gardens.
Creative opportunities: Design posters, flyers or brochures.
Public outreach: Staff our booth at trade shows, give presentations to civic groups, event planning and staffing.
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment