State Park Volunteer Opportunities

State Park Volunteer Opportunities

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Red Cedar Removal

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

Volunteers will use various cutting tools (non-power) such as hand loppers in order to remove young non-native cedar trees that overtake the native flora in the landscape. It is recommended for volunteers to wear boots, pants, long sleeves and sun

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Entry gate maintenance

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

Volunteers will clean, scrub and repaint entry gates for camping loops in order to make the entry ways look clean and inviting. It is recommended for volunteers to wear appropriate work clothes.

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Installing bridge on Bluebird Trail

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

This project will include scraping and repainting a metal bridge, as well as securing the structure into place with cement. It is recommended for volunteers to wear appropriate work clothes. This project will involve working in the woods. For safety

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Building raised pollinator beds

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

This project is long-term and wide scale. Volunteer will build raised beds, fill with dirt and plant the pollinators in order to beautify the nature center and provide native pollinators for a demonstration garden. Volunteers should wear appropriate

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Trail maintenance

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

Volunteers will use various tools such as tree loppers (non-power tools) to cut vegetation and clear trails in order to beautify trails and make them more accessible. It is recommended for volunteers to dress appropriately for sun, pests and rugged

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Beach clean-up

Sequoyah State Park

Jul 26, 2019 - Mar 30, 2020

Volunteers will work to rid the park of litter, especially where trash has been washed up along the park's Peninsular coastline. It is recommended for volunteers to wear closed toed shoes and to bring gloves and trash bags.

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