Tag Archive: volunteer

  1. Trash Bash 2024

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    Trash Bash is the largest, single-day waterway cleanup in Texas. GBF hosts the cleanup at Bay Area Park and surrounding areas from 8:30 am – 11:30 am and welcomes volunteers of all ages. All volunteers will receive lunch and a T-shirt.ga

  2. Colorado River Alliance Spring Cleanup

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    Colorado River Alliance and Travis County Parks are bringing a whole new meaning to spring cleaning! Join us on April 20th—the Saturday before Earth Day—to get your hands dirty while helping to keep our water, our parks, and our Earth clean.

    This community cleanup will take place across 7 Travis County Parks in East Austin, Pflugerville, Manor, Del Valle, and Webberville with volunteer opportunities for all ages.

    Volunteer registration opens Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

  3. Land restoration workday in the Upper Bull Creek watershed

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    Join A Rocha USA and the Bull Creek Foundation to restore and preserve public land in the Upper Bull Creek watershed. We will treat and remove invasive plant species that crowd out native plants.

  4. Violet Crown Trail Cleanup – Sunset Valley Trailhead

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    ***Please RSVP to ensure you receive important details and updates about this event***

    Join Hill Country Conservancy as we help keep the Violet Crown Trail clean and safe! This event is open to anyone, and is a great way to get involved on the VCT! We’ll spend about 1.5 hours on the trail, picking up trash and enjoying a leisurely walk.

  5. Day of Service at Buttermilk Creek and Park

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    Join Austin Youth River Watch and the community for a Cleanup and Restoration Event on Monday, February 19th from 9am to 12pm at Buttermilk Creek & Park.

    Volunteer activities will include: removing trash from the Buttermilk Park Greenbelt and creek area, spreading native plant seed balls, learning about water quality, and participating in a Brand Litter Survey with an emphasis on plastic. (All tools and supplies will be provided.)

  6. Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

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    Houston Wilderness invites all individuals and corporate groups to volunteer for the Houston Ship Channel TREES program. The HSC TREES program is a multi-year collaborative project facilitated by Houston Wilderness utilizing targeted large-scale tree plantings along the Houston Ship Channel to protect and restore riparian habitat as well as enhance ecosystem services that combat climate change, reduce the urban heat island effect and improve the health of all Houstonians. Through the planting of the 14 Native Super Tree Species, Houston Wilderness is contributing to Resilient Houston’s goal of 4.6 million trees by 2030.

    Sign up to volunteer at a tree planting event on Houston Wilderness’ website. Individuals and corporate groups are welcome.

    **Check website for locations**

  7. Volunteer Opportunity: Planting Native Super Trees!

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    Houston Wilderness invites all individuals and corporate groups to volunteer for the Houston Ship Channel TREES program. The HSC TREES program is a multi-year collaborative project facilitated by Houston Wilderness utilizing targeted large-scale tree plantings along the Houston Ship Channel to protect and restore riparian habitat as well as enhance ecosystem services that combat climate change, reduce the urban heat island effect and improve the health of all Houstonians. Through the planting of the 14 Native Super Tree Species, Houston Wilderness is contributing to Resilient Houston’s goal of 4.6 million trees by 2030.

    Sign up to volunteer at a tree planting event on Houston Wilderness’ website. Individuals and corporate groups are welcome.

    **Check website for locations**

  8. 9 Natives Showcase Garden Volunteer Day

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    Join us on the second Monday of each month for the 9 Natives Showcase Garden Volunteer Day! Located outside of the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Cockrell Butterfly Center, this garden brings the beauty of native plants and the coastal prairie to the heart of Houston. We welcome volunteers of all ages and experience to join us from 9:00 am to 11:30 pm to plant new native plants, pull weeds, and monitor the garden’s growth. This come-and-go event is the perfect way to support native plants in Houston by getting your hands dirty.

  9. CPC Spring Volunteer Orientation

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    Are you looking for an opportunity to do your part for the prairie? Without the support and hard work of our generous volunteers, the Coastal Prairie Conservancy would not be where it is today. Volunteers play a tremendous role with helping to protect and preserve the prairie. It’s also a wonderful time for you to connect with nature and other passionate volunteers!

     

    Join us on Saturday, February 10th for our Spring Volunteer Orientation at the Indiangrass Preserve! This is a great training opportunity for new and current volunteers alike. Come to learn about CPC’s latest news, updates on our preserves, history of the Katy Prairie, ecology of the coastal prairie, and important information on all of our current volunteer opportunities.

  10. Whistlestop Prairie Restoration Day

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    CPC is proud to support the Hermann Park Conservancy in restoring Whistlestop Prairie for a new monthly volunteer day! We are working on native plant restoration and removal of invasives in the prairie area.

  11. Malone Preserve Workday – February

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    TLC’s Malone Preserve is located just outside of Rio Vista in North Texas and is not yet open to the public. This workday will focus on habitat restoration and trail maintenance, providing access to the West Prairie and the Overlook Trail.

  12. Oak Cliff Nature Preserve Monthly Workday – February

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    Oak Cliff Nature Preserve (OCNP) is a 121- acre preserve that is well-loved by the people of Dallas. Come assist Texas Land Conservancy in their ongoing effort to maintain this preserve in Dallas, TX.

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