April is a time when everyone’s thoughts turn to spring.
Here at the Greenway Conservancy, it is also a time when we get a lot of eager volunteers ready to get outside and lend their hands!
One of our corporate volunteers helping to prune roses.
Not only is April National Garden Month, it is also contains National Volunteer Week, National Environmental Education Week, Earth Day and Arbor Day.
During National Volunteer Week, some of our regular volunteers helped with the huge task of spring cleanup.
This month, 150 volunteers donated over 400 hours working on spring cleanups, raking, edging, pruning, weeding, and litter pick-up, as well as tasks in our office including stuffing envelopes and creating sign design ideas. This was a tremendous help and our volunteers were enthusiastic and motivated, even through April’s fickle weather!
The U.S. Coast Guard volunteered during our Earth Day Cleanup.
The Greenway Conservancy hired its first full-time Volunteer Coordinator in January and is expanding volunteer opportunities. Visit our website or email [email protected] to find out more!
Our young volunteers delighted in finding healthy worms during our Family Volunteer Day.