We could not accomplish our mission without the help of people like you.
You can read about some of our ongoing volunteer projects below. You can also find upcoming volunteer days on our calendar.
We need your help to control invasive Autumn Olive, Tree-of-heaven, Oriental Bittersweet, and Japanese Honeysuckle. These species provide inferior habitat for animals and they crowd out native plants. Exotic plants thrive at Clifton (as they do across the Piedmont) because of the property’s long history of disturbance. Invasive species control is a great way to get to see the 900-acre property, meet fellow environmentalists in your community, get some exercise, and make a difference for our native biodiversity.
If you are interested in participating in our invasive species control, you can find upcoming volunteer days on our calendar.
Do you enjoy working outside with kids? We offer outdoor environmental education for pre-K-12 students from schools, homeschool groups, Scout groups, and other local organizations. We are looking for volunteer Education Assistants to work with our team of educators to help plan and run our programs.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn more about local natural history, gain experience with outdoor education, and spend time outside at our beautiful field station. Scheduling is flexible with programs offered mornings and afternoons throughout the year.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
We typically train our Education Assistants in late summer. If you are interested in participating in our next Education Assistant training please email Education Associate Bridget Bradshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for volunteer participants and survey leaders.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
If you are interested in conducting biodiversity surveys, please email Bert Harris at email@example.com.
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