Your Subtitle text

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Invasive Species Volunteers Needed For 2012

The Big Sandy Lake Association has developed a plan to monitor invasive species at our four public boat landings this summer and volunteer assistance is needed. Volunteers will monitor the public boat landings through our “Adopt a Launch Site”. Volunteer as your schedule allows, the goal is to cover launch sites, May through October.  Families are invited to serve together at the “Adopt a Launch Site”.  Enjoy a day at a launch site with your family – bring a picnic, children can observe you in the volunteer inspection process to gain experience and understanding of an important part of our clean water program.

Training will be held in the Spring for those interested in volunteering. The training will be posted when scheduled. Public Boat Landings monitored, according to a schedule, include locations by: Trader’s Post, Hillcrest, Pier 65 and the Federal Dam.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS (monthly plus submeeting)

WATER QUALITY MONITORING (1 hour per week during summer)

NEWSLETTER EDITING (4 times per year)

ANNUAL MEETING (2 hours )

BIG SANDY WATER INSTITUTE

COUNTY ROAD 14 LITTER PICK UP (3 hours  2 times per year)

WILD RICE DAYS (2 hours)

RIVERS AND LAKES (2 hours) 

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

SHAMROCK TOWNSHIP CLEAN-UP DAY (APRIL 30)


ANYONE INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING THEIR TIME, PLEASE GO TO "CONTACT US" ON HOME PAGE, AND SEND US AN EMAIL
 

All of BSLA's achievements are the result of volunteers (with the support of members who contribute cash) donating their time and talents to cooperate with other members, local government, and agencies to improve the quality of life and protect natural resources of the Big Sandy Lake area.
Website Builder