Volunteers are always appreciated at Tryon Creek Watershed Council. We couldn’t do our work without folks who volunteer their time to join us at restoration events, lend their professional skills, and contribute to our work in varied ways.
What are some ways you could volunteer with Tryon Creek Watershed Council?
As an individual…
- Volunteer at a habitat restoration event
Pull ivy or plant native plants, often on Saturday mornings. The largest restoration event is our annual Watershed Wide Event. Volunteers gather to steward several different sites around the watershed simultaneously.
- Serve on the board
Monthly meetings are open to the public and held at the Tryon Creek State Natural Area on second Mondays from 6-8pm. Get to know the team. Everyone is welcome at these public meetings.
- Share your skills
It takes all kinds of skilled individuals working as a team to achieve the council’s mission; graphic design, legal council, social media management, technology, financial reporting and bookeeping, nonprofit management, event planning, fundraising, environmental engineering, water scientist, videographer and photographer. To get started sharing your skills, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a group…
As a business…
- Sponsor an event
- In-kind donations
- Send a team to volunteer! Represent your business at our big annual Watershed Wide Event.
How else can you engage with TCWC?
Want to be a part of our efforts to educate watershed residents and community members? Host a Watershed 101 Workshop!
Want to learn more? Check out the events calendar to see what’s coming up next.