Remaining volunteer shifts for August-October will be posted on July 9, 2021 at 9am. Visit VolunteerMark to see available volunteer shifts.
Are you looking for a flexible, small group volunteer opportunity? Self-guided volunteer shifts are designed for groups of 2-9 people. Plant when it is convenient for you! All public health directions must be followed while volunteering.
Root for Trees provides:
Up to 100 native seedlings
Up to 5 shovels and pairs of gloves
A container to transport materials
A safety and planting tips pamphlet outlining safety practices and planting techniques and standards
Other safety related materials
Materials must be picked up from our office and returned within one week of your scheduled planting shift.
The volunteer leader (main contact at time of registration) must complete the training modules and competency checks before picking up the planting kit. Training must be completed no later than one week before the scheduled shift.
Placeholders are scheduled on Mondays for self-guided shifts. Following the selected Monday, a planting kit pick-up time will be arranged. You will have one week to complete the planting and return the kit to our office.
Visit VolunteerMark to view available shifts; look for placeholders on Mondays.
You will receive an email from VolunteerMark that your shift is held, pending approval. Please respond to this email with your preferred planting location and expected attendance number within 48 hours to confirm your shift.
Root for Trees will send you a confirmation email once your preferred planting location and expected attendance number has been received. This email will include links to mandatory training, which must be completed no later than one week before the scheduled shift.