Come train to become a Creek Crew Leader for volunteer groups during 3 or more restoration events during the 2018 planting season.
During our one-day training we’ll cover all you need to know to support restoration events in the watershed including managing the registration table, leading safety talks, and hands-on tree planting. We will crown you with a rad JCWC Creek Crew beanie and send you home with a Creek Crew Leader manual!
We will serve hot soup, please feel free to bring a potluck dish to share with other incoming crew members!
Perks of being a Creek Crew Leader
-Make friends from different backgrounds
-Reference for applications to college, jobs, or scholarships
-Familiarity with Pacific Northwest species
When: Saturday, January 13, 1pm-5pm
Where: LOCATION TO BE DISCLOSED AFTER REGISTRATION
How to prepare: Dress for the weather with sturdy shoes, rain gear, and warm layers. We will be doing a hands-on planting portion of the day!
Also–please bring your calendar to the event and get ready to sign up for 3 or more events for the year! (Dates that are in especially high demand are Sat. March 3, and Sat. August 25.)
HOW TO SIGN UP: Email [email protected]
Our Creek Crew Leaders are important at JCWC – a committed group of volunteers, they keep the wheels moving (and shovels digging!) during the height of our restoration planting season. They are also a crucial element of our larger events such as our Watershed Wide Event and the Johnson Creek Clean-Up, enabling JCWC to welcome hundreds of volunteers at a time with the Creek Crew’s guidance and support.