Volunteer help is key to many of Save The River's programs and projects.
Volunteers are needed to help:
- Monitor beach swimming water quality through our BeachWatch program,
- Identify and report pollution problems,
- Monitor Common Tern populations,
- Help with events and office projects, and
- Much more.
Read below for current volunteer opportunities. Or, to be notified of future opportunities, call Save The River or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Beach Watch Week 1 Results
Save The River Reports on Week 1 of Beach Watch Program Save The River’s Beach Watch Program is in the process of monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 5th through August 29th on a daily basis. Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 1. For the 2016 sampling season […] read more
Water Quality to be Tested at Popular Swimming Areas
Save The River’s annual summer Beach Watch Program will begin July 5th and will run through August 29th. The program will provide weekly snapshots of water quality at popular swimming areas during the peak recreational swimming season. Sites to be tested include Wilson’s Beach in Cape Vincent, Potter’s Beach on Grindstone Island, Frink Dock in […] read more
Leadership Needed to Move Plan 2014 Forward
"The time to implement Plan 2014 is now. If we wait much longer we may very well reach a point by which we can never recover." Charles Parker, president of the New York State Conservation Council, in the most recent guest blog in American Rivers' series on the St. Lawrence as one of America's Most Endangered Rivers. read more
Riverkeeper Takes the Plunge! to Support #Plan2014Now!
You should too! read more
It’s Time to Register for Save The River’s Run for the River!
Event to Benefit Save The River as it fights to preserve, protect and restore one of America's 10 Most Endangered Rivers. read more
You Can Help Prevent The Spread Of Invasive Species
Save The River's Riverkeeper Volunteer Program trains volunteers to be our eyes and ears out on the River read more
Tell Minister McKenna to say NO to Montreal Sewage Dump
The City's claim of "no alternative" is based on its own lack of planning and a reliance on past practice. That is simply not sufficient reason to put public health and the River at risk. read more
Join Senator Schumer Tomorrow, Speak out about Montreal Sewage Dumping
As Riverkeeper we are committed to making all the world's freshwater swimmable, fishable and drinkable, not sewers. Join us with Senator Schumer and push for an environmentally correct solution. read more
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