Urban EcoStewards give back to their communities by caring for park land.
EcoStewards adopt a section of park land to maintain. With training and support from Parks Conservancy staff and program partners, EcoStewards visit their site throughout the year to remove invasive species, plant native flora, slow erosion, and clean up trash.
Interested in taking part? Apply here to be an Urban EcoSteward.
All new EcoStewards are required to attend at least one training. These trainings are free and open to the public. Find upcoming trainings here.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy joins these partners in the Urban EcoSteward program:
Allegheny Cleanways: Engaging and empowering residents to eliminate illegal dumping in their community.
Allegheny Land Trust: Helping local people save local land.
Mount Washington Community Development Corporation: Developing and implementing strategic plans for multi-level improvements to the neighborhoods.
Nine Mile Run Watershed Association: Offering a variety of innovative urban ecology projects designed to directly involve the community in helping to improve the health of the watershed.
Tree Pittsburgh: Protecting and restoring our urban forest through community tree planting and care, education, and advocacy.