Volunteering is a special way that you can help in the preservation of the Madrona Marsh Preserve. We value your time, effort, and commitment to a worthwhile job. All our volunteers receive training in their chosen position or may need to attend a short orientation.
Share your skills in the arts, writing, photography, computers, design, music, skilled crafts, management, program development, and more. You can help to develop new programs and enhance the Nature Center’s displays, brochures and other educational materials. The staff at the Preserve will work with you to develop projects that best use your specific talents. Examples might include: an artist painting murals for a display, a cabinet-maker designing display cases, or a poet contributing poems to a brochure.
Would you like to help create and learn about different habitats? Help us remove non-native plants, replace them with locally grown native plants, and pick up trash left at the Preserve. Soon, the work you will have done will attract many birds, butterflies, and other insects.
Open to all ages; participants 14 years and under must be accompanied by an adult and all participants 18 and under must have a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian. Participants must arrive on time and wear close-toed shoes.
Opportunity to volunteer in a setting that helps the community and to learn more about nature in the South Bay. Volunteering may also open new career paths related to natural history and ecology.
Come and volunteer today! Not only would you be learning so much, but you also get to meet wonderful people, have fun, and have a firsthand experience of nature at its best! You don't have to be an expert; we will provide training and assistance.