Be the Face of Tampa Bay Watch!

 

Tampa Bay Watch regularly seeks outreach volunteers to represent our organization at community events such as MarineQuest and Ribfest. As an outreach volunteer, you'll talk to people who come up to our display to find out more about our mission, our restoration projects, youth education, and volunteer and membership opportunities.

 

Click here to contact us if you'd like to become an outreach volunteer!

VOLUNTEERING AT TAMPA BAY WATCH

 

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Tampa Bay Watch! They accomplish restoration and protection activities we could never afford hired staff to complete. Youth and adult volunteers are involved each year in a variety of hands-on habitat restoration projects such as oyster dome construction, oyster shell bar installation, salt marsh plantings and coastal cleanups to help the bay recover from its devastating environmental problems. Volunteers of all ages participate in our projects. Our coastal cleanups and salt marsh plantings are family-friendly and open to all ages. If you would like to be kept informed of our numerous volunteer opportunities, complete our online registration so you will receive our weekly email message which advertises our upcoming environmental restoration projects.

 

Contact Rachel Arndt, communications coordinator, with questions about any of these upcoming events! Call 727-867-8166, extension 233, or Click here to Email Rachel.

 

 

If you would like to register a group larger than five volunteers, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Rachel Arndt, directly in lieu of registering through the online system.

 

 

Our volunteer projects have slowed down due to the summer heat.

 

 

Help Clean our Shorelines,

then cool off with a local brew!

Saturday, July 8

9 am - Noon

Calling all volunteers for a mid-summer cleanup on July 8! The most help for the cleanup is needed at the Skyway fishing piers. Other sites include Fort De Soto Park, Tampa Bay Watch, Weedon Island Preserve, kayak/canoes only at Coffee Pot Bayou, Palonis Park in Tampa and Leffis Key in Manatee County. This event is an effort to clean up after the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

 

This event is in partnership with...

   

 

Click on your desired site to register to volunteer:

Skyway Fishing Piers

Fort De Soto Park

Tampa Bay Watch

Palonis Park, Tampa

Coffee Pot Bayou (canoes and kayaks only)

Weedon Island Preserve

Leffis Key, Manatee County

 

 

 

Coppertail Brewing Company and Cigar City Brewing Company will generously provide beer for our hard-working volunteers beginning at 11:30 am at Tampa Bay Watch.

 

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