Volunteer

Volunteers are the lifeblood of keeping the St Croix healthy for present and future generations. There are many ways you can put your talents to use and help out.

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  • Aquatic Invasive Species
  • Education & Outreach
  • Land and Water
  • Office/Administration

Board of Directors

Being on our Board of Directors is a great way to get involved with the mission of the St. Croix…

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Algae Alert Network

Each year, the St. Croix River Association, National Park Service, and U.S. Geological Survey partner to assess the algae in…

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Starry Trek

Starry Trek is a statewide event focused on searching for one of Minnesota’s newest aquatic invasive species, starry stonewort (and…

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Office Assistance

General office assistance is always welcome. Duties could include help coordinating special events and programs, help with bulk mailings, or…

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Land Use Monitoring

There are countless zoning authorities in the St. Croix watershed. The authorities make land use decisions that may affect the…

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Volunteer Trip Leaders

Volunteer Trip Leaders are trained to assist with and lead adventures and outings throughout the St. Croix watershed in every…

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Volunteer Project Leaders

Volunteer project leaders are trained to lead small groups of volunteers during stewardship events, such as river cleanups or invasive…

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Rivers Are Alive Volunteer Educators

Volunteer educators support the Rivers Are Alive K-12 environmental education program throughout the school year, assisting with classroom presentations and…

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Outreach Event Support

Outreach event support volunteers are trained to share about the SCRA, its mission and programs at a variety of events…

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AIS Bridge Snapshot Day

Every year you can join other water enthusiasts at one of many rendezvous sites around Wisconsin for our annual Statewide…

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Project RED

Wisconsin’s rivers are vulnerable to invasion by a number of invasive species, from Eurasian milfoil to Japanese knotweed. The key…

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