This event is in partnership with The Nature Conservancy
Help celebrate River Days as part of the Alliance for Watershed Education, by joining us for the Stream Stewards Fall Watershed Clean-up in the Beaver Valley Unit of First State National Historical Park. Volunteers are needed to help protect the watershed by picking up trash and debris in and around the streams that feed into the Brandywine Creek in First State National Historical Park.
This event is free and we will also have fun hands-on activities to learn more about the plants and animals that live in the park. Participants will be provided with gloves, pickers and trash bags. Please dress for the weather and wear clothes and shoes that you do not mind getting dirty and wet. This event is held rain or shine.
Available Volunteer Positions:
This program is offered in partnership with The Nature Conservancy.Stream Stewards provides volunteers the opportunity to join in a Citizen Science program that promotes watershed stewardship. Volunteers will be able to collect water quality data to contribute to science based conservation actions that will make a true impact in the park!
Trail StewardVolunteer trail stewards assist park staff in maintaining the 18 miles of trails in Beaver Valley. Please contact the park's Volunteer Coordinator for more information about this opportunity.
Photographer/VideographerVolunteer photographers and videographers will document park programs and resources in the Beaver Valley Unit of First State National Historical Park. Positions vary dependent on the individual volunteer's interest or on an as-needed basis.. Please contact the park's Volunteer coordinator for more information about this opportunity.
Last updated: August 20, 2019