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Creek Crew Leader Training Part 2: Hands On
January 22 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
CREEK CREW LEADER TRAINING IS BACK
After two years hiatus during COVID we are so excited to be back up and running with our in person events, and especially creek crew leaders who are our *volunteer superstars*
Our Creek Crew Leaders are a HUGE piece of our restoration work at Johnson Creek! We work with thousands of volunteers each year and with a small staff, we can’t function without the community support of volunteers like you to teach and lead in our restoration events!
Creek Crew leaders choose at least 3 volunteer days a year to help guide small groups of volunteers for our native plantings, invasive species and trash removal parties throughout the year. They are also a crucial element of our larger events such as our Watershed Wide Event (in March) and the Johnson Creek Clean-Up (in August).
JCWC’s Creek Crew expands our capacity for facilitating restoration events throughout the year – we couldn’t do it without you!
CREEK CREW PERKS
-Leadership and hands-on restoration experience
-Make friends from different backgrounds
-Reference for applications to college, jobs, or scholarships
-Gain familiarity with Pacific Northwest species
-Get a sweet Johnson Creek Beanie!
HOW DO I JOIN?
It’s a 3 step process
First: Fill out this digital waiver. It will direct you to fill out some additional needed forms. When you send the forms back to us, we will send you a link to the training webinar.
Training Part 1: Webinar training on Thursday January 20 from 6pm-7:30pm
(When you complete this training you will be able to sign up for your events!)
Training Part 2: Hands-On training, Saturday January 22 from 1pm-4pm. Details will be sent to you after you complete the webinar.
(This is the part where you get to make friends, get leadership practice, and get a sweet beanie!)
After that, well, you’re a verified *superstar volunteer* and you’re out there leading at 3 or more of our events for the year!
We can’t wait to welcome you to a new crew of Fearless Creek Crew Leaders with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council!