Natural Area Stewards
|Today I will strengthen my community . . . expose my family to nature . . . beautify my neighborhood . . .|
WHAT IS A NATURAL AREA STEWARD?
Natural Area Stewards are dedicated volunteers who are highly involved in planning and coordinating habitat restoration in their local park’s natural areas. They receive special training and resources, which means no prior experience necessary, only a desire to help restore our natural areas! Metro Parks Staff will work with each steward to create their restoration plan for their site of choice and is provided with the resources in which to organize volunteer events and carry out their restoration goals.
HOW TO JOIN AN EXISTING NATURAL AREA STEWARD GROUP
Check out NATURAL AREA STEWARD GROUPS to find a friends group in your area and then contact email@example.com for more information. View map of Metro Parks Tacoma park locations.
HOW TO START A NEW NATURAL AREA STEWARD GROUP
Can't find a friends of group in your natural area? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you might work in partnership with Metro Parks to start one.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED IN A ONE-TIME SERVICE EVENT AS A GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL
If you’re interested in participating in a one-time volunteer effort, check our CALENDAR OF EVENTS that you can join in on, or submit an EVENT REQUEST FORM and we can help plan your next day of service.