Become a Park Ambassador

November 23, 2020

Thankful 

This year, we are thankful for so much. Spring wildflowers bursting in bloom, warm days splashing about in the creek, and the most colorful fall days are just a few things that the Nature Center Staff are constantly aware of, interacting with, and thankful for.

While our relationship with Mother Nature is ever present, it is the relationships with the people that we miss the most, and it is those relationships with our dedicated volunteers that we are most thankful for.

While many volunteer opportunities have had to pause - there are in fact a few ways to connect - one of which is our growing Park Ambassador Program

Volunteer Spotlight

Tara has been volunteering at the Nature Center for 2 years, greeting visitors at the front desk, sharing helpful information, and donating treats to our four-legged patrons. Though volunteers are no longer stationed inside, Tara has shifted her welcoming presence to the Park Ambassador table outside the Warner Park Nature Center. 

Get Involved

This is a really special volunteer opportunity, and one you can participate in as well! Park Ambassadors hand out trail maps, give directions, and offer an overall welcoming and supportive presence to our park patrons. Ambassadors are stationed at the WPNC, throughout Edwin and Percy Warner Park, as well as the Burch Reserve.

Volunteers receive personal training and shadow a staff member before being sent out into the field on their own, and come back reporting an overwhelming enjoyable time connecting with the park and other park users! Learn more about the Park Ambassador Program here, and join us in thanking Tara and all of our current Park Ambassador volunteers.

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Become a Park Ambassador

November 23, 2020

Thankful 

This year, we are thankful for so much. Spring wildflowers bursting in bloom, warm days splashing about in the creek, and the most colorful fall days are just a few things that the Nature Center Staff are constantly aware of, interacting with, and thankful for.

While our relationship with Mother Nature is ever present, it is the relationships with the people that we miss the most, and it is those relationships with our dedicated volunteers that we are most thankful for.

While many volunteer opportunities have had to pause - there are in fact a few ways to connect - one of which is our growing Park Ambassador Program

Volunteer Spotlight

Tara has been volunteering at the Nature Center for 2 years, greeting visitors at the front desk, sharing helpful information, and donating treats to our four-legged patrons. Though volunteers are no longer stationed inside, Tara has shifted her welcoming presence to the Park Ambassador table outside the Warner Park Nature Center. 

Get Involved

This is a really special volunteer opportunity, and one you can participate in as well! Park Ambassadors hand out trail maps, give directions, and offer an overall welcoming and supportive presence to our park patrons. Ambassadors are stationed at the WPNC, throughout Edwin and Percy Warner Park, as well as the Burch Reserve.

Volunteers receive personal training and shadow a staff member before being sent out into the field on their own, and come back reporting an overwhelming enjoyable time connecting with the park and other park users! Learn more about the Park Ambassador Program here, and join us in thanking Tara and all of our current Park Ambassador volunteers.

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