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Austin Parks Foundation


 
We believe that parks, trails and green spaces enrich our community and that all Austinites should have acccess to them. That is why our mission is to care for and improve our parks, and we we need your help! 

You'll need to make a GivePulse account (in the top right corner) in order to register for any of our volunteer opportunities. It's quick and easy; once you're signed up for GivePulse, choose any of the open events below and you'll be registered to volunteer in no time!

Thank you so much for serving with us in our parks! 

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Austin Parks Foundation partners with our community to enhance people’s lives by making our public parks, trails and green spaces better through volunteerism, innovative programming, advocacy and financial support.

To learn about others ways to get involved, check out our Adopt-A-ParkAdvocacy and Ambassador programs! 

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Jane & Mary --
You can use the search bar at the top of the projects, but if there isn't a project at that specific park it won't show up. You might also try the world icon to see a map of projects either here, or in the It's My Park Day subgroup. Hope that helps!
I just sent a note to the administrator asking the same question Mary Chimelak and Nicole Fisher.
Is there a place for me to search to find a specific name of the park that I want to volunteer? That way I don't have to scroll down. I'm looking for Mary Moore Searight Park.

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doesn't look like there is one at Mary Moore - I am leading the Veloway, which isn't too far from MMoore. Please enjoy joining us if you'd like. Thank You - Nicole — Nicole Fisher Nicole Fisher on October 28, 2016
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Saturday, November 28, 2015 - 9:00am to 11:00am




Volunteers will help with light trail maintenance, native grass seeding, native tree planting, woody invasive management, and litter abatement along Williamson Creek in south Austin. Additionally, volunteers will work to help maintain the grow zone area, which is managed by the COA Watershed Protection Department. Please dress appropriately, and bring a personal water bottle. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Location


607/701 Battle Bend Blvd

Austin, TX.
Richard Maness
richardamaness@yahoo.com
512-913-4781