Today, we have volunteers stewarding on-site to cut back invasive species and make trails. The Garden has many varied volunteer opportunities both indoors and out and we welcome your participation.
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Already a volunteer? Log in to your profile, log your hours, and sign up for upcoming volunteer events. If this is your first time using the volunteer portal, you will need to click on “need a password”. Passwords must be at least 6 characters, contain a combination of both letters and numbers, and must contain both lower case and upper case letters.
Don’t see something that fits your interests or experience, but you still want to help? Contact Volcoord@piedmontgarden.org with your interests and we’ll be sure to contact you with future opportunities.
Bird Box Monitors
These volunteers meet up weekly to walk the garden site and monitor the bird boxes for activity. They also track bird species spotted anywhere in the garden.
Educational Walk Docents
Share your knowledge and enthusiasm with our visitors. Tree, Butterfly, Bird & Plant Walks are planned at different times throughout the year. Docents currently come to us with extensive knowledge of the local flora and fauna. Works under the guidance of the Director of Marketing & Philanthropy.
Help the garden provide educational and recreational events. Help us man registration tables, direct visitors to activities, and supervise arts, crafts, and fun in the garden.
These Ambassadors learn about the garden site, plans, and events so that they can man tables and booths at community events and engage the public about the happenings at the garden. Also needed for garden programs at the registration/information tables.
Workdays are held for two hours in the morning on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, April through November, weather permitting. Work individually or with your fellow Guardians to weed existing beds, identify and manage invasive plants, maintain paths, and more.
Garden Guides offer public tours of the Garden site and share our future plans for the Garden. Must be reliable, outgoing and friendly, and have your own transportation.
Language skills needed to translate website survey, and translate for virtual presentations & site tours.
Help create special projects on the Garden site such as birdfeeders, bat boxes, etc. Opportunities come up throughout the year.
One day work events to take on a variety of rigorous maintenance and building projects throughout the year. Help with trail blazing, gathering area forming, and other hands-on projects.