Youth Basin Stewards
Monthly Environmental Field Skills and Community Service
Looking for resume builders? Want experience in restoration? Interested in aiding your community? Join the Youth Basin Stewards!
Each month, on the first Monday, and second Sunday, CRBLT members will be at the Discovery Trail site to offer training, tools, and snacks for youth student volunteers! We can provide certificates for fully trained volunteers, valuable skills for environmental job hunting, and experience that colleges will love!
CRBLT staff, including Alice Martin our resident biologist/botanist/restoration pro, will be there to teach students about restoration methods, point out invasive or native species, and work alongside students.
Our FINAL program for Spring 2017 will be on Monday, June 5, 3:30-5pm. We will bring the program together again in September.
City of Centralia Discovery Trail, located at 1545 Goodrich Rd, off of Harrison Ave in Centralia. Google Maps
- Earn opportunities to shadow conservation experts as they perform analysis on sites throughout the basin- a chance to use your new restoration skills!
- Gain volunteer experience and community service hours
- Make new friends
- Learn skills that employers find valuable
- Participate in a beautiful riverside restoration project
- Spot rare and beautiful wildlife
** Please RSVP at (360) 807-0764, programservicesCRBLT@gmail.com, or be sure to bring a signed waiver with you!
Don’t like being outside, but still interested? Email us to learn how we can use your other skills at programservicesCRBLT@gmail.com