Are you wanting to be a change-maker?
Do you want to fight climate change, environmental degradation, and also help make our local communities stronger?
Perhaps you are retired and wanting to give back?
Or maybe you want to learn new skill sets?
The NCRC&DC seeks capable volunteers who can give a few hours every week to help us with our programs:
(a) Worm Wizards of Waste (www.wormwizards.org) which is an environmental education program to address climate change by diverting waste from methane-producing landfills through composting of school food scrap waste--we provide school curriculum, classroom presentations, and set up a vermiculture composter on campus; (b) Rain Catchers (www.raincatchers.info) is a rooftop rainwater collection and storage water conservation system provided free to schools (www.raincatchers.info); (c) Bee Patches (www.beepatches.org) is a pollinator habitat planting that works with local youth to increase biodiversity and improve agricultural sustainability for crops dependent on pollination; and (d) Cultivating Commerce (www.cultivatingcommerce.org) fosters sustainable communities through many activities including supporting new or expanded agricultural entrepreneurship to increase environmentally sound agriculture and the availability of local healthy foods.
If any of this work interests you as a way to help your local community, please fill out the following form: