Participating in volunteer restoration projects is a great way to give back to the environment and to meet other people who care about environmental stewardship.
In a typical year, CSERC staff and volunteers will
- plant willows in denuded meadows,
- repair crumbling stream banks,
- build fences to protect damaged riparian areas,
- clean up litter along streams or rivers, and
- build new trails for public use.
CSERC volunteer projects help restore watershed health, wildlife, and wild places at important areas of our public lands. Working as a team builds friendships as you spend time with others who care about our local mountains.
In 2016 CSERC completed over 16 project days with over 1,450 hours of service and 206 participants. See great photos from the year and more in our 2016 Volunteer Report!
Thank you to REI for your strong support of CSERC's Volunteer Restoration Projects.
The accomplishments of our volunteers has earned our Center a national award from the Forest Service in 2015 - see for yourself why, and sign up to get notifications of upcoming projects in 2017! Click on the button below to get on our email list.
Volunteer Projects completed in 2016Here is a list of projects CSERC accomplished in 2016. Let us know if you are interested in joining us for future projects, or if you have questions about our volunteer work - email Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We accomplish so much thanks to our volunteers
We have organized hundreds of workdays, and for each one the volunteers are the key to the success of each project.
In 2016 we completed over 16 project days with over 1,450 hours of service and 206 participants. See great photos from the year and more in our 2016 Volunteer Report!
If you want to know more about what our volunteers have accomplished in the past, read our past reports: