We need your help! Volunteers are needed to help with planting, monitoring, and maintaining our sites. Community workdays are fun and interesting ways to learn more about our streams while helping bring them to life.
Our volunteer days are scheduled for the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, from October through April.
- October 7, 2017
- *October 14, 2017*
- October 21, 2017
- November 4, 2017
- November 18, 2017
- December 2, 2017
- December 16, 2017
- January 6, 2018
- January 20, 2018
- February 3, 2018
- February 17, 2018
- March 3, 2018
- March 17, 2018
- April 7, 2018
- April 21, 2018 <—LAST VOLUNTEER DAY FOR 2017-18! Party time!
9 am – 12 pm
- Shirt/pants/shorts you don’t mind getting dirty
- Sturdy shoes
- Hat (in sunny weather)
- Water bottle
Every volunteer must have a signed waiver on file:
- If you’re under 18: please bring a release form filled out by a parent/guardian.
- If you are over 18: you will fill one out for yourself.
- Waivers and release forms are available on our website! – View or print
- Waivers will also be available onsite.
- NOTE: You only need to fill out a release form ONCE and you’re good for the year (Oct-Apr)!
Daily activity depends on season and weather. Types of activities include planting trees, controlling invasive species, watering new plants, and more!
All ages welcome!
Do you work for a business that believes in social responsibility? Are you a member of a community organization that enjoys giving time to important causes? Plan a volunteer day for your team! Volunteer workdays with Living Arroyos give groups the chance to give back to their community while they have fun, work together, and connect with one another. Workdays are excellent team building tools and promote positive morale among participants.
To make arrangements for your group or to schedule a weekday workday, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are seeking help with several scientific studies we’re undertaking that will evaluate alternative planting and vegetation management techniques, track indicators of ecosystem health, and assess changes over time in how people are using streamside environments. We’re especially looking for expert birders, people with strong knowledge of native plants, and anyone with experience in field data collection. If you’d like to be involved, email us with a brief description of your background and interests!