Become a Volunteer Today and Support Conservation Efforts in the St. John Valley!
|the Earth Team
Why be a Volunteer?
Reasons people volunteer include:
- to protect the natural resources in your community
- to enjoy working outdoors
- to help others
- to learn a new skill
- to pursue an interest in natural resources
- to gain work experience
- to complete a school project
- to meet high school community service requirements
- to enhance college applications and scholarship applications with volunteer service
Below is a list of areas in which volunteers could be of assistance. If any of these appeal to you, or if you have another idea of how you can help out, the first step to becoming a volunteer is to contact the District office at 834-3311, ext. 3 and set up a meeting.
Get Involved! We are looking for volunteers to help out
with the following:
What Kind of Jobs Volunteers Do:
- Conservation Education
- Natural Resource Inventories
- Water Monitoring
- Computer Assistance
- Clerical Assistance
- Publicity and outreach
Volunteering at the St. John Valley Soil and Water Conservation District is a great way to help your community and your earth. We’re always looking for more people!
All programs and services of the Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the USDA are offered on a nondiscriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political belief, gender identity, sexual orientation, or marital and familial status.