Trail Safety Patrol Volunteers - April - October 2015
Sixteen miles of trails provide lots of options for exploring the Arboretum in all seasons. Trail Safety Patrol volunteers walk the trails, interact with visitors, give directions and information, and provide a visible and friendly presence for all Arboretum hikers. Trail Safety Patrol volunteers commit to volunteering a minimum of two shifts each month. Requirements include physical stamina, ability to walk on uneven terrain throughout their shift, attendance at safety and First Aid training (provided) and use of a communications radio. Flexible self scheduling available. Volunteers must be 18+ years old. Season runs all year - weather permitting.
Bike Safety Patrol Volunteers - April - October 2015
Volunteers are sought to "ride the roads" and provide information and assistance to individuals and families biking at the Arboretum. Weekends, Wednesdays, and Bike Nights are especially busy times. Experienced bikers with their own bicycle and safety equipment, who are available for a minimum of two shifts per month, may apply for this assignment. Flexible self scheduling available. Volunteers must be 18+ years old.
Natural Area Volunteers
Invasive Plants grow and spread rapidly, crowding out native trees, wildflowers, and plants we want to establish in collections areas. Volunteers in good physical condition, able to navigate uneven terrain, and work in all weather conditions are welcome to join one of our work groups below:
Wetlands Group - Thursday evenings - 5:30pm- sunset.
Heritage Trail Group – Friday mornings – 8:30-11:30 am
Weekend Warriors – Every first and second Saturday of the month – 8:30-11:30am
Buckthorn Busters – Wednesday mornings - 8:30-11:30am
Honeysuckle Happy Hour - Friday evenings - 2:00-5:00 pm.