Are you interested in participating in conservation-related programs and activities? We’d love to work with you! Here are a few ways to get involved:
Internships: The RCD hosts an Environment Education Internship for college students. The internship primarily supports our Watershed Education program, the Watershed Connection, but interns will also have the opportunity to get involved in other RCD education and conservation projects. We seek new interns on a quarterly basis and applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wild Willow hosts a Regenrative Agriculture Educator Internship for those interested in our education programs at the farm. This intern will mainly assist with the farm’s field trip and group activity program which aims to educate K – 12 students about regenerative agriculture, healthy soils, sustainable practices for producing food, and what students can do to make a difference. This is conveyed through two- or three-hour hands-on field trip experiences exploring Wild Willow Farm’s animals, compost systems, seeds, plants, and additional farm information. We seek new interns on a quaertely basisc and applications can be sent to email@example.com.
Wild Willow Farm also hosts a 3-month internship each season. Interns gain hands-on experience with all the tasks involved in running a small, regenerative farm, and benefit from a share of the harvest and free workshops and courses. To learn more and apply, click here.
Volunteering: We hold volunteer events at the Tijuana River Valley Community Garden from time to time, such as garden clean-up events and planting projects. Check the calendar for upcoming events. We can also accommodate teams of volunteers for specific projects. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering.
Volunteers are also welcome at Wild Willow Farm, where we host Open Community Volunteering every Monday and Saturday from 9:30am – 12:00pm. No experience needed, families welcome. Click here to volunteer.
Workshops & Courses: Join us at Wild Willow for a diverse array of fun and educational workshops – from cheese making and beekeeping, to canning and soap making. There is truly something for everyone! View the calendar and sign up here.
Become a Mentor: We are seeking professionals from non-profits, public agencies, and universities to participate as mentors in the SLEWS Program. Mentors must commit to attending three field days, as well as a mentor training session. Contact us for more information.
CSA Farmshare (Community Supported Agriculture): Join our CSA Farmshare program and experience healthy, seasonal produce – fresh from the farm. CSA members receive their box of produce every week or every other week and enjoy course discounts, recipes, and special events. Sign up here.
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