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Forest Park Forever

Many Great Rivers members volunteer with Forest Park Forever to help maintain and improve the natural areas of the park. There are basically two types of volunteer opportunities. The first is a regular weekly volunteer position. Within the Nature Reserve we have two groups of weekly volunteers, both from 9 to 12noon, one on Tuesdays and one on Wednesdays. These group consist of 4 to 10 individuals who come out and help us do invasive species control and removal, native plantings, vegitation surveys, etc. The other type of volunteer group would be a single day event where, volunteers come into the park for a day and just do a one-time project. This type of project usually involves removal of invasive or trash clean up, but can sometimes include plantings or seed collection depending on the time of year.

For more information contact Anne Grossmann, FPF's Volunteer & Community Relations Manager, by email or by calling (314) 561-3286.

Forest Park Forever

 

 

Bi-State Wildlife Hotline

The Bi-State Wildlife Hotline is a nonprofit organization that is 100% volunteer staffed. Call 855-945-3435 to learn how you can make a difference in this wildlife rehab organization.

 

 

World Bird Sanctuary

Volunteer service opportunities at the sanctuary are diverse enough to fit your interests, including naturalist, animal and rehab care, public education, docent, clerical, field studies, grounds maintenace and repair projects.

World Bird Sanctuary Volunteer Program

Chapter Contact

Elizabeth Appleyard

 

Brightside St. Louis

Brightside St Louis requested assistance from the Great Rivers Chapter of Missouri Master Naturalists with the Demonstration Native Plant Garden at the intersection of S. Kingshighway and Vandeventer and with the Neighbors Naturescaping Program. Assistance is being requested in the following areas:

Maintenance of the Native Garden, every third Saturday of the month, 8 am-12 noon. April through October.

  • Monitoring the Demonstration Native Plant Garden and Neighbors Naturescaping Projects
  • Surveys of wild life—birds and small mammals
  • Surveys of butterflies, pollinators, and other insects

Neighbors Naturescaping

  • Assist with Workshop on Native Plants
  • Technical assistance for neighborhood groups with choosing natives, planting, and care and maintenance.

Brightside St. Louis Demonstration Garden

 Chapter Contacts

Pam Fournier
Joyce Borgmeyer