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Get InvolvedSquaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge has a thriving volunteer program with over 100 volunteers contributing thousands of hours each year. However, new volunteers are needed every year to help us fulfill our mission. You can be a part of something great!

Volunteer opportunities on the refuge range from one-day stewardship projects to a regular commitment to help staff with different duties. Volunteers who want to make a regular commitment may help staff the visitor contact station’s information desk and help visitors plan their day. Volunteers also staff activities during special events, lead school and nature programs, assist staff with wildlife surveys, maintenance projects, habitat management, and a variety of other tasks.

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

Volunteers make a huge difference at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Whether you are able to volunteer for just an hour or throughout the year, all help is greatly appreciated.

Potential volunteers should contact Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge at 660-442-3187.

Last Updated: Apr 05, 2016
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