What our volunteers are doing

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Become a Volunteer!

Besides the value that volunteers add to the public's experience, volunteers themselves become better informed and more knowledgeable about the environmental and social issues affecting natural areas.  There are opportunities for almost every age, interest, and skill.

Volunteers are most successful when they contribute to the overall objectives of their parent organizations.  The Caesar Creek Area is owned and controlled by several government agencies with the support of more than a few volunteer groups. 

Here is a list of a few of the ways that volunteers can contribute, with some examples.

Education, Interpretation, and Outreach

  • Assist with informative walks and demonstrations

  • Develop displays and activities

  • Engage and educate visitors

Citizen Science

  • Collect environmental data---water quality, etc.
  • Collect wildlife and plant survey data---Christmas Bird Count, Bioblitz, nesting surveys

Land Stewardship

  • Assist in trail maintenance
  • Help restore and protect habitat
  • Support removal of invasive species

Program Support

  • Help with educational events---group visits, water safety programs
  • Attend and assist at meetings
  • Develop and publish educational material
  • Meet, greet, and inform public---hosting the Nature Center, etc.

How to get started

What our volunteers are doing

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