How you can get involved:
The Alpine Watershed Group is always seeking enthusiastic volunteers to help with various projects and tasks. If you would like to get involved on a regular basis, join our Water Quality Monitoring Team. Click here for more information on Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring opportunities. We also need help with restoration and education and outreach projects. Click here for a flyer describing our 2018 volunteer opportunities. For current information on upcoming volunteer opportunities and events join our email list. Please fill out the volunteer application and bring to the office or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AWG also hosts meetings every other odd month starting in January on the second Tuesday of the month. The meetings are usually at our old office in the basement of the Alpine County Library in Markleeville, 270 Laramie Street or at Hung a Lel Ti Woodfords Indian Education Center. Check the calendar for the next meeting.
Markleeville Creek Day
Creek Day is an annual community outreach effort hosted by the Alpine Watershed Group. Each year, it features watershed restoration projects, education, and celebration. In the past, volunteers have participated in a variety of projects including stream bank stabilization, invasive weed pulls, reintroduction of native plants and more! Scroll through our photos to see some of our past projects, or click the link above to find out how to sign up. We are always looking for new volunteers!