V O L U N T E E R
Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation strives to provide their community members with rewarding and worthwhile opportunities to emphasize stewardship in our local parks. Volunteer events take place throughout the year in a conscious effort to mobilize motivated groups of individuals that want to make a positive impact on their parks, environment, and community. Join us for the opportunity to learn new skills, give back, and feel good doing it!
Idlewild Park Clean-Up
Citizen Science Educator
Invasive Species Removal
This month we want to highlight our amazing volunteer Sarali Diaz! Sarali has spent countless hours volunteering as a Phenology Observer through our Rosewood Community Scientist program and is an active member of the TMPF community. She has been a volunteer with TMPF since 2019 and has participated in countless events such as REI Restoration Day, MLK Day BioBlitz/Wetland Cleanup, and our spring Plantapalooza! She has also hiked more than 100 miles through our Truckee Meadows Trails Challenge!
Thank you for everything you do, Sarali!
Enhance your communities’ knowledge about their parks and open spaces! Become a parks historian and contribute to the Parks Project’s comprehensive database. Click the badge to learn more!
Having a ruff day? Becoming a Doggie Ambassador may just be the ‘ultimutt’ cure! Help keep parks and trails free of dog waste by managing an in-park dog bag dispenser, otherwise known as a Dog Waste Station! Click the badge to learn more!
Biodiversity Content Specialist
Enhance your communities’ knowledge about their parks and open spaces! Become a Biodiversity Content Specialist and contribute to the Parks Project’s comprehensive database. Click the badge to learn more!
Rosewood Volunteer Opportunities
Study, observe, and record the natural changes around you. Become a Phenology Observer to study plants and animals and contribute meaningful scientific data to the Rosewood Nature Study Area and the scientific community at large! Click the badge to learn more!
Make field observations and record precipitation data to aid in the sustainable development of the Rosewood Nature Study Area. With your help, the data collected will not only help our local wetlands, but contribute important rain/snow collection information to climate scientists all over the world! Click the badge to learn more!
Rosewood Nature Study Area is looking to increase its weekend visitation by introducing volunteer-led programming on Saturdays.
This could include guided walks, bird tours, history talks, nature photography, youth science activities, and small clean-ups or volunteer events. If you have something else to offer, let us know! Click the badge to learn more!