Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

Restoration Workday

Help us to improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know our vast, 365 acres of protected land! This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to learn more about plant identification and restoration techniques while connecting with nature and other members of your community.

Together, we will work to remove invasive plant species and improve our trails. No experience is necessary. We recommend wearing long pants and sturdy boots and bringing a pair of gloves if you have them available. We will have a selection of gloves if needed, along with tools, water and snacks! Please bring your own water bottle. Note: Our volunteer workday will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather. Registration is appreciated.

A person with their hands in the dirt around a green plant.

Greenhouse Volunteers

Immerse yourself in the world of plants and conservation by becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer.

Your hands-on contributions will nurture a vibrant collection of plants in our greenhouse, preparing them for the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s Native Plant Sale.

  • Plant Care: Nurture plants through potting, pruning, and ensuring optimal growing conditions.
  • Order Preparation: Assist in packing orders for the Native Plant Sale.
  • Labeling: Properly label plants to facilitate accurate identification.
  • Weeding: Maintain the greenhouse’s tidy appearance by managing weed growth.
  • Watering: Ensure plants receive appropriate hydration for healthy growth.
By becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer, you play a vital role in promoting local biodiversity and conservation efforts. Join us in preparing these plants for a purposeful journey from our greenhouse to gardens across the community. Registration required.
Photo: EM Davis
Two people working in a greenhouse handing trays of plants.

Greenhouse Volunteers

Immerse yourself in the world of plants and conservation by becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer.

Your hands-on contributions will nurture a vibrant collection of plants in our greenhouse, preparing them for the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s Native Plant Sale.

  • Plant Care: Nurture plants through potting, pruning, and ensuring optimal growing conditions.
  • Order Preparation: Assist in packing orders for the Native Plant Sale.
  • Labeling: Properly label plants to facilitate accurate identification.
  • Weeding: Maintain the greenhouse’s tidy appearance by managing weed growth.
  • Watering: Ensure plants receive appropriate hydration for healthy growth.
By becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer, you play a vital role in promoting local biodiversity and conservation efforts. Join us in preparing these plants for a purposeful journey from our greenhouse to gardens across the community. Registration required.
Photo: EM Davis
A person wearing gloves handles a small plant in front of a tiny pot.

Greenhouse Volunteers

Immerse yourself in the world of plants and conservation by becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer.

Your hands-on contributions will nurture a vibrant collection of plants in our greenhouse, preparing them for the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s Native Plant Sale.

  • Plant Care: Nurture plants through potting, pruning, and ensuring optimal growing conditions.
  • Order Preparation: Assist in packing orders for the Native Plant Sale.
  • Labeling: Properly label plants to facilitate accurate identification.
  • Weeding: Maintain the greenhouse’s tidy appearance by managing weed growth.
  • Watering: Ensure plants receive appropriate hydration for healthy growth.
By becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer, you play a vital role in promoting local biodiversity and conservation efforts. Join us in preparing these plants for a purposeful journey from our greenhouse to gardens across the community. Register for this event to receive more information about volunteering. Walk-ins welcome!
Photo: EM Davis
A person with their hands in the dirt around a green plant.

Greenhouse Volunteers

Immerse yourself in the world of plants and conservation by becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer.

Your hands-on contributions will nurture a vibrant collection of plants in our greenhouse, preparing them for the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s Native Plant Sale.

  • Plant Care: Nurture plants through potting, pruning, and ensuring optimal growing conditions.
  • Order Preparation: Assist in packing orders for the Native Plant Sale.
  • Labeling: Properly label plants to facilitate accurate identification.
  • Weeding: Maintain the greenhouse’s tidy appearance by managing weed growth.
  • Watering: Ensure plants receive appropriate hydration for healthy growth.
By becoming a Greenhouse Gardener Volunteer, you play a vital role in promoting local biodiversity and conservation efforts. Join us in preparing these plants for a purposeful journey from our greenhouse to gardens across the community. Register for this event to receive more information about volunteering. Walk-ins welcome!
Photo: EM Davis