Consider volunteering with the Maplewood Parks and Natural Resources Department and help make a difference in the community!
Who can volunteer? Youth ages 16 and up and adults who share an interest in the environment, recreation, and community outreach.
How to get started: Complete a volunteer application form.
Obligation: There is no minimum hourly requirement. Expect to work 1.5–3 hours each time you volunteer, although special events or projects may require longer periods of time. Schedules may be a one-time event, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or seasonal depending on activities and availability.
Training: Training will occur on-the-job by Parks and Natural Resources' staff as required.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities:
- Nature Center
- Bird Feeder Monitor
- Environmental Education Outreach
- Play Yard Protectors
- Program Aid
- Touch and See Room Aid
- Trail Monitor
- Natural Resources
- Adopt a Rain Garden
- Blue Bird Monitors
- Frog Monitors
- Invasive Species Monitors
- Natural Resources Project Aid
- Open Space Monitors
- Trail Titans
- Parks and Recreation
- Adopt a Park
- Special Events
Contact: Shann Finwall, Environmental Planner, (651) 249-2304, email