Ways to Volunteer in the TTF Watershed in 2024!

Every year, TTF hosts our annual Community Service Get-Together event to share how volunteers can get involved to improve our watershed and share ideas among peers. Earlier this month, leaders from schools, businesses, and organizations attended this online get-together. 

If you were unable to attend the Get-Together, you can still learn about volunteering with TTF by watching the recording of the Community Service Get-Together here: 

Deena Toukan, Managing Director for the Michael Page, served as our guest speaker. She shared how impactful the volunteering experience was for her and the Michael Page community. She described the experience as a selfless team-building exercise that her team passionately embraced. 

Participants learned about the various 2024 community service opportunities for students, employees, and clients across the watershed.  Some of the volunteer opportunities covered during this event include:

  • Storm Drain Marking
  • Road Salt Watch Monitoring 
  • Pollinator Box workshops
  • Creek Care Days at restoration sites on Saturdays In Montgomery County
  • Creek Care Days in Tacony Creek Park on Wednesdays and Saturdays
  • Streamkeepers and Tacony Creek Park (TCP) Keepers participation
  • Tabling at community events 

Thank you to all who attended to learn about how you can make a difference in the TTF Watershed! We deeply value all efforts of our volunteers, as their work is critical to enabling us to fulfill our mission.

If you’d like to volunteer with TTF, you can sign up to volunteer as an individual or as a group here.

Any questions? Contact Malcolm@ttfwatershed.org or 215-744-1853.

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