Every person at UNF contributes to our environmetnal footprint, so we will need everyone's help if we are going to make UNF sustainable. That means we need to get the word out about recycling, energy reduction and water conservation to students, faculty and staff. Volunteers will help get the word out about sustainability at Market Days, residence halls and individual departments. We also need creative minds to help develop unique and effective ways to get the word out. So bring any ideas ideas you have about how to make UNF more sustainable.
Contact James Taylor for more information.
The Organic Garden is always looking for those interested in learning more about gardening while lending a hand to help us grow.
For more information about volunteering please contact Carmen Franz, UNF Organic Garden Coordinator.
There are 160 state parks consisting of more than 700,000 acres, hosting more than 21 million visitors a year. Florida State Parks could not succeed without the help of volunteers. Volunteer opportunities are as diverse and numerous as the parks themselves.
For more information, please visit the Florida State Parks website.
The Sierra Club is a national organization, but our effectiveness is largely in part to our volunteers at the grassroots level. This is especially true in your local Northeast Florida Group, where all of us are volunteers, spending what time we can to helping make our neighborhoods a better, safer, and more environmentally-friendly place to live.
For more information, please visit the Northeast Florida Sierra Club's website.
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