There are dozens of ways you can volunteer in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. From trail maintenance to office assistance, there are plenty of opportunities to put your unique talents to work. Large group volunteer events - such as Days of Service - are offered in the warmer months, and ongoing individual and group volunteer positions are available year-round. For more information about our volunteer program or to find a position, click here.
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Get your friends and family involved in park stewardship in celebration of Earth Day! Use hand tools (loppers and saws) to remove invasive shrubs, such as honeysuckle and autumn olive, and pile the cut vegetation. This project helps conserve biodiversity by creating space for native plants to thrive, thereby helping local wildlife. Invasive plant removal rates as a Moderate to Strenuous physical activity, and requires the ability to hike 2 miles. Ages 10 and up with parent or guardian supervision.
For more information or to register, click here or call 330-657-2299.
More information, including the meeting location, will be sent to participants.
ABOUT DAYS OF SERVICE: Days of Service projects include habitat restoration and trail maintenance. Most events are family-friendly. Advanced registration is required.
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