SEAWA is a volunteer-based organization. The governing board and its committees are all composed of volunteers who live, work, and play within the watershed. Members are encouraged to run for a board seat or lend their expertise to a committee. We also need volunteers to participate in shoreline cleanups and weed pulls, help with plant maintenance at our riparian restoration sites, write newsletters and social media posts, prepare educational materials and displays, help with GIS mapping, write project proposals and grant applications, and participate in many other activities that support the sustainable use of the SEAWA watershed.
You can help!
Volunteering for SEAWA gives you the opportunity to meet new friends, and help make a noticeable difference in the quality of our environment. Get out, explore our area, meet new people, and help make a difference!
You can also become a SEAWA member and have a say in what happens within the organization! Click here to learn more...
You can also find us on volunteerconnector.org!