Why Volunteer with CVC?

CVC volunteers come from all walks of life.  From students to professionals, newcomers to retirees, we welcome everyone for the different skills you have to contribute.

Why Volunteer with CVC?

  • Lend your skills and abilities to important environmental projects
  • Gain valuable job experience and training
  • Learn more about the environment and conservation
  • Make connections with professionals and like-minded people
  • Give back to the community and the environment
  • Earn community service hours for High School Diploma requirements
  • Get the chance to be involved in cool projects such as:
    • Local planting events
    • Invasive plant removal projects
    • Improving fish habitat
    • Monitoring assistance
    • Stream and park clean ups
    • Special projects and fundraising events
    • Community or school presentations
    • Outreach at local events
    • Office and administrative work


COVID-19 related service changes
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