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 email@example.com.
Save The River Reports on Week 4 of Beach Watch Program
Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 4. read more
Save The River Reports on Week 3 of Beach Watch Program
Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 3. read more
RIverkeeper Volunteers Learn to Spot Invasives
Save The River's new Riverkeeper Volunteer Program trains volunteers to be our eyes and ears out on the River, by teaching the basics on assessing River health and identifying potential threats to the River. read more
Save The River Reports on Week 2 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 6th through August 31st Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 2. read more
How invasive species changed the Great Lakes forever
A primer on invasive species in the St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes. Worth a re-read this Invasive Species Awareness Week. read more
Invasive Species Awareness Week to be annually held from July 12th-18th.
The New York State Executive Chamber Proclamation instated by Governor Cuomo declaring Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW) to be annually held from July 12th-18th. read more
Save The River’s Catch and Release Program Weekly Photo Contest
Submit your photos to our page of you or a family member practicing catch & release fishing for a chance to win a special edition sweatshirt and other special prizes. Every week one lucky winner will receive a sweatshirt generously donated by Ed Huck Marine and two runner-ups will also receive special prizes! Please include your ... read more
Save The River Reports on Week 1 of Beach Watch Program
Clayton, NY (July 9, 2015) - Save The River’s Beach Watch Program is in the process of monitoring popular summer swimming locations on the River from July 6th through August 31st Save The River reports all samples passed in Week 1. For the 2015 sampling season Save The River volunteers are collecting water quality samples at ... read more
Today, June 30th, is the Last Day of Run for the River’s Early Registraion
Today is the last day to receive a FREE T-SHIRT when you sign up for the 13th Annual Run for the River 5k/10k! read more
Run for the River – Time is running out!
Save The River’s 13th annual run will take place on Saturday, July 25th. Pre-registration, which offers a complimentary t-shirt and discounted rate, ends June 30th. read more
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