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Volunteering in the Wildlife Botanical Gardens

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NatureScaping's Wildlife Botanical Gardens

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 90 people are interested
Gazebo in the Entrance Garden
A view of the many perennials in our Entrance Garden on a lovely summer day.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Gardening: Come out and help to maintain the Wildlife Botanical Gardens. Garden coordinators are out every Saturday from 9 a.m.-- noon (March through October) and they need your help! Tasks include basic gardening such as weeding, raking, pruning, planting, etc., as you desire and your physical abilities allow. No previous experience required. Training is provided.

Garden Coordinator Apprentice: Work with a Garden Coordinator to learn about maintaining, pruning, plant replacement, maintain paths and detailing the garden. work as a team. Training will be provided.

Garden Coordinator or Co-Coordinator: Oversee one of the individual Gardens by maintaining, pruning, plant replacement, maintain paths and detailing the garden. Supervise, teach and encourage volunteers. Plan to three hours a week depending on the needs of the garden. Visit our web site for more information: www.naturescaping.org

Event Volunteer: Be part of the fun by volunteering at the various events throughout the year. These include the annual Plant Sale (end of April), Eco-Fair (April), Art in the Garden (July), Bird Festival (October) and other events as requested.

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.

Other: Like carpentry? Build or repair benches, or other wooden hardscape items in one of the ten focus gardens.

Please see our web site for additional information: www.naturescaping.org

More opportunities with NatureScaping's Wildlife Botanical Gardens

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About NatureScaping's Wildlife Botanical Gardens

Location:

11000 NE 149th St, P.O. Box 763, Brush Prairie, WA 98606, US

Mission Statement

The NatureScaping mission is to educate and encourage peoples on the importance of developing, restoring & maintaining both residential and rural bird and wildlife habitat.

Description

The Wildlife Botanical Gardens are a cohesive blend of specialty theme gardens, spread over three acres in Southwest Washington. The gardens, and devoted gardeners, demonstrate and teach gardening concepts that attract birds, butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to residential gardens. Come visit the Wildlife Botanical Gardens year-round and enjoy the unique beauty each season has to offer! We are a 100% volunteer driven organization, open to people of all ages and experience.

Education & Literacy
Environment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

11000 NE 149th StBrush Prairie, WA 98606

(45.73029,-122.56209)
 

SKILLS

  • Environmental Education
  • Gardening

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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