Stewardship

Project Info

Project Description

Stewardship [stoo-erd-ship, styoo-]: the responsible overseeing and protection of something considered worth caring for and preserving.

The Watershed Alliance is dedicated to protecting and improving our green spaces. Tree plantings, invasive plant removals and litter clean-ups are a few ways we give back to the environment.

There are multiple ways you too can be a steward of the land! Join us for one of our annual Stewardship events!

Videos:

Park ivy removal with volunteers 2017
MLK Day 2017 volunteers planting along Burnt Bridge Creek

Group Events

We arrange private stewardship events for community groups and businesses of any size who want to volunteer their time through a tree planting or invasive plant removal along our local creeks or parks. Organizations or companies who have employee service days are invited to give back with the Watershed Alliance!

More Info About Group and Community Volunteer Opportunities

More info about Corporate Volunteer Opportunities

Please contact celina@thewatershedalliance.org

Upcoming stewardship events

Mar
20
Sat
Tree Planting – March 2021 @ On Burnt Bridge Creek near Leverich Park
Mar 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Tree Planting - March 2021 @ On Burnt Bridge Creek near Leverich Park

Come volunteer with us for a COVID-safe tree planting along a section of Burnt Bridge Creek! We have multiple time slots for you and your household to choose from. Registration prior to the event is required.

To register please click the links below:

Tree Planting on Saturday March 20th: https://forms.gle/kr8sk1p5yyH4HnBfA

As a reminder: face masks are required, please bring your own water bottles, snacks and gloves if you have them, wear closed-toed shoes, and dress accordingly for the weather. We look forward to safely planting trees with you!

If you have any minors joining you without their parent/guardian present, please be sure they bring a complete Minor Liability Release available to print here: Minor Volunteer consent form 

Click here to download a file and see the Burnt Bridge Creek Watershed from Google Earth