Volunteer releases biocontrol on Scotch Broom © H. Keirstead

We Need You!

Many of our programs and projects are bigger than the BSWCD staff can handle alone. Here are some of the volunteer opportunities that might be just right for you:

Annual Native Plant Sale

Native Plant Sale - Crosson

In January and February we need plant sale volunteers. Volunteers are invaluable in the success of this event. You can pick up plants at nurseries, assist in sale site set up, help customers fill orders, and push a broom once the dust settles.

View Plant Sale Volunteer Positions

Weed Spotters

Weed Spotters after pulling Scotch Broom at Half Moon Bend

Become a Weed Spotters Volunteer! Be a trained volunteer member of the force to tackle invasive plants. The Weed Spotters Volunteers help identify and report weeds, participate in meaningful weed pull events and more!

Volunteer to Fight Weeds!

Youth Education

Kids Day for Conservation Soil Tunnel © H. Keirstead

We participate in many fun youth education events around the community!

Help us reach youth!

Annual Urban Creek Tour

oak creek tour

We have been working with partners since 2008 to provide Annual Urban Creek Tours to explore fascinating locations around the city. We need volunteers to help coordinate the tour and set up each tour station.

Read about the creek tours

Neighborhood Captains

info line

Neighborhood Captains are concerned community members living in North Albany who share information with their neighbors.

Learn more!

Office Work

Year-round volunteer opportunities in the office include archiving documents, newsletter mailing and hand distribution. Soliciting donations for our annual meeting and annual Thank You Celebration is a fun job for the right volunteer. Contact us to find out what exciting project is waiting for you!

Contact us!