Education Program Aides assist with large educational programs, including school field trips, home school programs, public programs, family festivals, and events. Volunteers provide support and assistance to Naturalists while they…

Outreach volunteers serve as ambassadors to GRNA, Inc. by sharing information about who we are and what we do with the public. By being present at regional events and festivals,…

Stream Monitors have the opportunity to contribute to an integral part of the GRNA Natural Resources Management Plan, as volunteer-led efforts to sustain and monitor the health of our streams…

Docents serve as interpreters for visitors, connecting them to the incredible natural world of GRNA. Working in either the Nature Center or on the trails as guides, docents share their…

Butterfly Monitors have the opportunity to contribute to an integral part of the GRNA Natural Resources Management Plan, as volunteer-led efforts to sustain and monitor biological diversity is a key…

Stewards perform basic trail maintenance functions including trimming, simple boardwalk repair, removing debris, and sign replacement or installment. This position may also entail manually removing invasive plant species. Trail maintenance…

Native Plant Gardeners maintain the established plantings around the Nature Center, including the wetland, meadow, and serenity gardens. Gardeners will be responsible for weeding, watering, and general maintenance of the…

Events Volunteers plan and execute several family-friendly events held at GRNA throughout the year, including Winterfest and the Grass River Shiver in January, Maplefest in March, Summer Kick-off in June,…

Maple Sugaring Volunteers run our maple sugaring program, usually during February and March. Volunteers prep equipment, tap trees, collect sap, split wood, and run the maple syrup evaporator to make…

Office volunteers help with various office jobs as needed. This work includes but is not limited to data entry, note writing, help with mailings, and filing.

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