Volunteer Needed!

Nashua River Watershed Assoc.

job description

 Volunteers from Bemis Associates in Shirley plant a pollinator garden at the RRC - photos by Lauri Johnson

Would you like to help make a difference in our watershed? NRWA programs are growing and so are opportunities for volunteer support. Whether you’re interested in outdoor or indoor projects, looking to work in a group or on an individual basis, the NRWA would love to have you share your talents and time with us. 


We have opportunities for volunteers to help with:

  • Riparian restoration projects, including invasive plant removal and native plantings 

  • Preparation of mailings, scanning and archiving documents, and other indoor projects

  • Planning and presentation of NRWA events and fundraisers

  • Water monitoring, including sample collection and lab work (next spring, weekends)

  • E.coli and nutrient sampling (next spring, weekdays)

  • Pollinator garden management

  • Small repair and maintenance projects

  • Photography at NRWA programs

  • Outdoor education program support

  • Newsletters, enews, and social media, writing and photography

To volunteer, email Joanne Ward, NRWA Office Administrator, with your interests and availability.  Thank you!


Volunteers remove invasive plants at Keyes-Parker Conservation Area in Pepperell - photos by Nancy Karuzis

Photos top: Volunteers from Bemis Associates in Shirley planting a pollinator garden at the River Resource Center, photos by Lauri Johnson.

Photos bottom: Volunteers help to remove invasive plants at the Keyes-Parker Conservation Area in Pepperell, photos by Nancy Karuzis.


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contact information

business: Nashua River Watershed Assoc.
address: 592 Main Street
Groton, MA 01450-1230
phone: 978-448-0299 (Call Now)
website: http://www.nashuariverwatershed.org