Webster Groves Green Keepers

Webster Groves logoVolunteer in Webster Groves Parks!

Do you like to work outdoors and learn about nature? Then come join Green Keepers, a new volunteer corps of citizen gardeners launched by the Webster Groves Parks Department to help maintain our parks as beautiful, safe green spaces that encourage all residents to explore, learn, rest and play.

Girl scouts planting treesGreen Keepers can participate in a wide variety of activities ranging from gardening and clean up to planting and seed saving to invasive removal and land restoration. No special experience required; only enthusiasm and a love for Webster’s rich green space heritage. Parks staff will teach you all you need to know for specific projects, and provide tools on site.

Click here to join the Green Keeper Volunteer Email List to get regular updates about volunteer opportunities and events. Green Keeper hours are applicable toward Master Gardener certification.

All volunteers must sign a waiver. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

See current volunteer opportunities below.  To learn more about Green Keeper volunteer opportunities and events, contact Yvonne Steingruby, Park Superintendent at (314) 963-5457 or email steingrubyy@webstergroves.org

Make A Difference Day Honeysuckle Removal at Shady Creek Nature Sanctuary
Saturday, October 26, 2019  8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

River des Peres Trash Bash at Lorraine Davis Park
Saturday, October 19, 2019  9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Wednesday, April 24, 2019.  Tree planting @ 3:00 PM  Celebration @ 5:30 PM

HONEYSUCKLE WEEKLY WALKING GROUP at Lorraine Davis and Larson Parks
Tuesday mornings, February 26 - April 9, 2019   9:00 - 10:30 AM

HONEYSUCKLE SWEEP at Shady Grove Creek Nature Sanctuary
Saturday, March 23, 2019  8:30 - 11:30 AM

mulching-with-volunteers-on-arbor-day_300x414.jpgOther Volunteer Opportunities

The Great Rivers Missouri Master Naturalists, Missouri Stream Team, Open Space Council, and St. Louis Master Gardeners recruit volunteers for other watershed stewardship events.

Calling all citizen scientists, nature enthusiasts, and ecologists! The greater St. Louis region will be competing in the 2019 City Nature Challenge April 26–29. Can you help us document local animals, plants, and other life forms? Learn more.