Old Woman Creek Reserve has become an important source of information and recreation for thousands of visitors each year. Much of the success of the Reserve in meeting its goals has been due to the efforts of volunteers who have worked tirelessly and responsibly to ensure success.
Volunteers assist in the daily operation of the Visitor Center, provide staff support for public events, help maintain trails and facilities and assist with education and research programs. This diverse group includes naturalists, retired educators, college students, local residents and others interested in sharing their knowledge of Old Woman Creek Reserve.
- Staff the Visitor Center
- Assist with education programs
- Provide clerical and maintenance support
- Assist with research
- Help with special projects and events such as Lake Erie Wing Watch, Coastweeks, and Volunteer Days
Benefits of Volunteering
In exchange for your service, you’ll learn about the cultural and natural history of the area and how to interpret this information to others. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the natural environment and meet others who share your interest in Old Woman Creek and Lake Erie.
Other benefits include: volunteer newsletter, in-service training, field trips, picnics, special speakers, an opportunity to promote environmental awareness and to meet active, interesting people.
For more information on volunteering at Old Woman Creek contact the Reserve at (419) 433-4601.