VO:Nature Public Access – Gardens & Trails

Volunteer Opportunities
Nature Public Access: Gardens & Trails

Volunteer as an interpreter at Aransas Pathways nature sites during the HummerBird Celebration.
2022 Calhoun County AgriLife Volunteer Service opportunities
Support the Port A Nature Preserve at Thursday morning workdays: help with plantings, clean-ups, and more.
Work includes adding native plants, removing invasives, and improving public access. Be part of habitat improvement and park enhancement.
Aransas Pathways sites need volunteers to improve habitat and to create and maintain trails and gardens.
Volunteers are needed to develop/clear/mow trails, remove invasive vegetation, and clean up as needed.
Planting natives in the Water Wise Wildlife Garden at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Ellen Reisinger and Laura Clark have been instrumental in bringing to life a demonstration garden for the Mission-Aransas Estuarine Research