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Volunteer opportunities on the refuge range from one-day stewardship activities to a regular commitment to help staff with different duties. Volunteer stewardship activities may include habitat management or trail maintenance events. . Volunteers who want to make a regular commitment may help with staffing the information desk, leading school groups, or providing interpretive programs. 


Youth, civic, educational, and special interest groups are always welcome to volunteer. Hands-on stewardship activities like invasive species eradication and clearing brush from prairie habitats are most popular with groups. Scouts can earn recognition from the experience.

Volunteers assist with biological surveys, maintenance, habitat management, and visitor services projects. Potential volunteers should contact Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge at 660-442-3187.
 

 

Last Updated: Jun 28, 2012
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