Volunteer with us and make a difference in the community by helping to preserve the natural beauty of Lolo Watershed.
We are super excited for the fast approaching summer with a lot of fun projects in the works. There will be many volunteer opportunities throughout the summer. Check back in periodically or email Abby at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the mailing list and be the first to know about these fun projects.
Come help get Lolo students excited about watersheds and science. We will be leading a group of about 60- 6th graders in a field trip on Lolo Creek. They will get hands-on experience in the physical, chemical and biological aspects of water science. See our events page for more info.
As we all know, last year over 53,000 acres were destroyed by the wildfires that raged through our watershed along Lolo Creek and its tributaries. Despite the smoke having cleared away, land owners that were affected are just getting started in the recovery process and we want to help.
We are looking for 150 volunteers to help us plant 3,000 trees on 15 acres of private land along John’s Creek, near Fort Fizzle.
No planting experience is necessary, all ages are welcome, but we prefer anyone volunteering be 16 or over.
This is an outdoor event come rain or shine.
Please wear sturdy shoes and weather appropriate clothing,
bring work gloves and water.
If you have planting tools, please bring them.
Lunch will be provided.