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Volunteer with us

Fostering stewardship and growing capacity through fun, impactful volunteer opportunities.

The watershed district’s volunteer program supports its mission to protect, manage, and restore waters resources by engaging community members in stewardship opportunities. The district strives to create meaningful experiences for volunteers, while growing its own capacity to protect clean water. The 2017 program included three ongoing programs – Adopt a Dock, Master Water Stewards, and Service Learners. The district also cosponsored two volunteer clean-up events, and hosted its first-ever volunteer orientation and year-end celebration.

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Adopt a dock

Adopt a Dock is a citizen science initiative. Lakeshore residents to monitor for aquatic invasive species. Want to join the team? Email Michelle: mjordan@rpbcwd.org

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Master Water Stewards

A partnership with the Freshwater Society, MWS trains community volunteers to prevent stormwater pollution through projects and education. Learn more

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Service Learners

Service learners are students and other community members who gain first-hand experience at the district through volunteering.
Fill out an application

Other ways to volunteer

Featured opportunity

Become a member of the Citizens Advisory Committee!
As a member of the CAC you will advise the watershed district's board of managers as a representative of citizen interests. The board is now accepting applications for the 2019 CAC.
Read more and apply

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