We need both docents and volunteer stewards
who conserve and restore the arboretum.
Volunteer for the love of nature, to learn about our local environment, or because you need service hours. The Thielke Arboretum has many opportunities.
Docent volunteers give educational talks, and act as tour guides for both children and adults at the Arboretum. Whether conducting a tour for adults, or sharing educational knowledge with children’s groups, docents share their love and knowledge of this beautiful natural environment and heighten awareness and importance of the need to conserve nature with others.
Docent applicants must be 18 or older and participate in an ongoing free training program instructed by the Arboretum Education Team. Docents do not need a background in biology, science or teaching. You just need a love of nature, a desire to give back and help others, and an enjoyment in being with other like-minded individuals.
If you are interested, please contact the docent coordinator, Lucy Malka now. Learn more about the Arboretum School Programs and Events. Please sign up today!
At Thielke we value our stewards - volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. No experience is necessary to sign up! An arboretum cannot exist without careful environmental stewardship. We rely on scientific research and proven techniques to protect our cherished plants and restore native habitats, and we teach these methods to volunteers through hands-on experience. Our stewards become community “change-makers” by learning how to apply sustainable techniques to this remarkable park as well as their own properties.
Meet: Tuesday & Saturday, 9am - 12pm, year-round, weather permitting
What You Need to Know:
Bad Weather Cancels Stewardship Volunteer Hours!
Heavy rain, lightning, 35mph winds or greater, sleet/snow, dangerous driving conditions, temps below 30.
For more information, email: email@example.com
Friends of the Glen Rock Arboretum, Inc. is a not-for-profit, 501( c)3 volunteer organization, dedicated to the preservation, maintenance and development of the Arboretum.