Record Your Hours
Current EcoStewards - let us know what you've been doing on your site! Please fill out the form below and select your coordinator from the dropdown menu. Your hours will be recorded in our database. Please choose the correct park from the dropdown menu to correspond to your coordinator:
Frick Park: Patty Himes
Highland Park: Marijke Hecht
Mellon Park: Angela Masters
Mount Washington: Kathryn Hunninen
Nine Mile Run Watershed: Paul Yanulavich
Riverview Park: Erin Copeland
Schenley Park: Bryan Dolney
Allegheny Land Trust: Emilie Cooper
Allegheny Cleanways: Myrna Newman
Sign-up for our spring 2013 Volunteer Days and help plant over 600 trees.
Check out our 2013 Urban EcoSteward training dates and sign up today!
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Info for Volunteers
What to bring: Long pants, closed-toe shoes with good tread, all-weather clothing, a reusable water bottle (if you have one).
What will be provided: All necessary tools, gloves, materials, snacks, and instruction.
What to expect: Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy volunteer work days are typically 4 hours long, rain or shine, and involve some type of ecological restoration work such as planting trees or wildflowers, controlling erosion, building trails, managing invasive species, or cleaning up dumpsites. We’ll teach you everything you need to know about safety and technique, provide you with tools and materials, and help you make a difference in our amazing parks. Expect to have fun, meet people who love the outdoors, and get dirty!