Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
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Resident Volunteers

Camper pad. Credit: USFWS

Camper pad. Credit: USFWS

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge near Chiefland, Florida has just completed a new RV pad and is seeking resident volunteers.

The minium stay is 30 days with a maximum stay of 90 days. Water, electric, and sewer hook-ups are provided on site. Satellite TV reception is available with your own dish. The campsite provides a very scenic, quiet setting located in a wooded area behind the Refuge Headquarters.

Hours and days of work are negotiable with a minimum of 24 hours for an individual or 32 hours for a couple per week. Duties vary and are mostly outdoors. A vehicle will be provided for your use during work hours. Site and hook-ups only. No salary provided.

The pad is concrete with a graveled approach. There is also a picnic table on a concrete pad adjacent to the camper pad.

To learn more about this area visit our web site at www.fws.gov/lowersuwannee.

For more information, or to apply, contact: Pam Darty (352) 493-0238 ext. 223

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Richard and Barbara Tompkin. Credit: USFWS

Volunteers: Richard and Barbara Tompkin Levy. Credit: USFWS


Last updated: June 14, 2010