Thursday, January 25, 2018

Volunteers Wanted: Audubon PA Learn, Restore, Explore Our Watershed Student Program

Audubon Pennsylvania is seeking volunteers to assist with Audubon’s Learn, Restore, Explore our Watershed field studies program, which takes students from Harrisburg, York, and Carlisle.
Elementary and middle school students will get to experience hands-on discovery of aquatic insects, stream habitats and birds, and learn about stream systems, water quality, stormwater, land use and wildlife habitat.
As part of the field trip, students also engage in habitat enhancement projects, such as removing invasive species and/or planting or tending native plant gardens.
Volunteers choose from the field trip schedule which day(s) they wish to help. Field trips take place during the school day from late-April to early-June.  No experience necessary! Training is provided.
If you love to be outside sharing nature with children and wish to learn more, contact Holly Smith, Education Project Coordinator by sending email to:  or call 717-514-4607. Background clearances are required.
For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Audubon Pennsylvania website.  Click Here to sign up for updates (bottom of page).  Click Here to support their work.

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