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Do you enjoy spending time outside and making a difference? Then we need you to help out at Crowder! We have volunteer opportunities for motivated individuals and small groups.

To get started, fill out the park's volunteer application and sign the volunteer waiver. All volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian while volunteering.

 

For more information, contact our volunteer coordinator, Laura Ketcham, at laura.ketcham@wakegov.com or call Crowder District Park's main phone line at 919-662-2850!

 
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Current Projects:

Wildlife monitoring and surveys

Invasive species control and eradication

Trail maintenance

Gardening Projects

Special Events

 

The volunteer season runs from March–November.


 
 Internships
 

Want to get involved in natural resources and gain park experience? Consider interning at Crowder District Park! We are seeking a Natural Resource Intern for the fall of 2016!

 
 

Please email your resume and cover letter to Amy Juliana at: Amelia.dombrowski@wakegov.com or mail them to: Crowder District Park, 4709 Ten-Ten Road, Apex, NC 27539; Fax: 919-662-2848. Position open until filled.

 

 
 
Eagle Scouts
 

 Want to complete your service project at Crowder District Park? Then call Richard Smith, Park Technician of Operations, at 919-662-2851 for project ideas and proposals.

 

Past Projects

Installation of Picnic Area between Robin Shelter and Lower

Bat Boxes Construction and Installation

Royal Rangers Erosion Correction and Trail Installation in Wetland Area 

Bat Box Construction and installation


 

  Frog Fest

 
 Volunteer to be a part of making this popular local event! Earn the hours you need for your organization while helping us foster natural resources stewardship. Students will be able to connect with natural resource organizations and network with leaders in the field. Opportunities include running game booths, activities, craft tables, event set-up and clean-up. Must have good people skills! All volunteers must bring a completed and signed Volunteer Service Agreement and Release Form.
 
If you are a teen (14 or older) or an adult, you can register online. If you are a parent-child team or a youth group and would like to volunteer, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Laura Ketcham, 919-856-5378 or email laura.ketcham@wakegov.com. Please note volunteers under the age of 16 must have a parent/guardian or adult supervision on site.
 
 Consider being a volunteer for the 18th Annual Frog Fest in April 2017!

 

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