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Volunteer Positions

If you’re interested in volunteering but aren’t sure what projects or positions are available, take a look at this page to find a match for you. Then sign up!

Cedar River Watershed Stewardship and Restoration

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Get outside, get dirty and gain a deeper connection to the habitat restoration efforts within the Cedar River Watershed. Projects include invasive plant removal, tree planting, trail improvements and riparian restoration. Sign up with the Friends of the Cedar River Watershed.

Education Center Hosts – Volunteers needed now! Tuesday- Friday

Inspire and inform visitors about the numerous opportunities at the CRWEC and assist staff in the successful completion of projects. Meet and greet visitors, answer questions, assist in the sales area and other reception duties.

Heritage Library

Be instrumental in preserving 100 years worth of history in the municipal Cedar River Watershed. Greet visitors, preserve artifacts and perform individual research. The Heritage Library holds artifacts from Seattle's most important watershed.

Landscape Conserator

Help maintain the operation and beauty of the grounds and provide visitors with information. Landscape volunteers label plants, help manage the weeds, inventory and map the gardens and change heads of the rain drums as needed.

Special Projects

Volunteers are sometimes needed to help with special projects. Some past project examples include an Eagle Scout trail improvement project, administrative assistance and the creation of a rain drum inventory.

Cedar River Watershed Program Host

Attend high-quality programs for free! Volunteer hosts greet visitors, assist the instructor and may drive vans into the secured Cedar River Watershed. Examples of programs include Old Growth Forests of the Cedar River Watershed, and Wild Mushrooms.