Getting involved at Lower Suwannee NWR will connect you to the natural world more than you could ever imagine. It could be through volunteerism or as a member of our Friends group. Here, a volunteer teaches a water quality lesson at the river's edge. The Lower Suwannee Refuge sponsors Suwannee River clean-ups annually; our Friends group and community volunteers hit the Suwannee in a variety of boats. It's so satisfying to see those tons of litter in a trash receptacle rather than in the river. Helping to plant native long-leaf pines allows you the opportunity to return decades later to show your grand children the tall conifers you planted. Sow the seeds of conservation with us!
Page Photo Credits Volunteer with 4-H group / USFWS
Last Updated: May 20, 2015