Asheville, NC — Do you want to get more involved with your community while making the French Broad River Watershed a place for everyone to live, work, and play?
RiverLink invites those interesting in becoming volunteers to attend our monthly volunteer information sessions on Wednesday, Febuary 12, at 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
The information sessions will detail ways to get involved with RiverLink, including:
Environmental stewardship opportunities
Archiving and other regular office projects
K-12 watershed education programs
Special fundraising events like RiverLink’s RiverMusic concert series.
Volunteers will have a chance to fill out a volunteer application, meet the RiverLink staff and find the best fit for donating their time and efforts.
This is a great way to find out more about RiverLink’s work in the watershed and Wilma Dykeman- a pathfinding advocate for the environment, race relations, the use or misuse of pesticides in food production, Appalachian culture, birth control, and more.
The 10:00 a.m. info session will also have the presentation “Who Is Wilma Dykeman?” given by
Jim Stokely, one of Wilma Dykeman’s sons