Weeks Bay Reserve has become an important source of information and recreation for thousands of visitors each year. Much of the success of the Reserve in meeting its goals has been due to the efforts of dedicated volunteers.
Volunteers assist in the operation of the Visitor Center, provide staff support for public events, and assist with education and research programs. This diverse group includes naturalists, retired educators, local residents and others interested in sharing their knowledge of Weeks Bay Reserve.
- Staff the Visitor Center
- Assist with education programs
- Assist with research and restoration projects
- Help with special projects and events such as Earth Day, Coastal Clean-up, River Clean-up, Water Festival, Kids Fishing Day, Water Watch Program
Benefits of Volunteering
- In-service training, field trips, annual volunteer meeting and luncheon, an opportunity to promote environmental awareness and to meet active, interesting people.
For more information on volunteering at Weeks Bay Reserve: E-mail Maureen Nation, Volunteer Coordinator