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
Truckee River Clean-Up
Saturday, September 26, 9-11 a.m.
The Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation and Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful along with many wonderful volunteers are excited to participate in the 2020 Truckee River Cleanup! Together, we will be removing harmful invasive species and adding mulch to preserve the longevity of trees in Reno's gorgeous Idlewild Park.
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Enhance your communities’ knowledge about their parks and open spaces! Become a parks historian or biodiversity researcher 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 Mutt Station! Click the badge to learn more!
Work directly with underserved youth by assisting our Naturalist Educators in leading and teaching hands-on scientific research, promoting successful academic engagement, and serving as a positive role model. Click the badge to learn more!