Participate

Help Greenway help the environment.

Throughout the year Greenway Network sponsors and/or coordinates many volunteer opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.  From people who want to get muddy and work hard digging out tires or those who want a walk in the park picking up trash with their little ones, to those who want to assist with office tasks, help with registration or serve lunch. Every little bit makes a big difference.  

We have opportunities that involve a few minutes or a few hours.  Please remember to check with your school or place of employment about volunteer matches and volunteer days.  Greenway Network staff will sign off on the appropriate documentation at the end of your participation.  We are happy to work with school, community and corporate groups to develop a volunteer plan to meet your needs. 

Honeysuckle Removal

Help us to remove the invasive weed from public lands on and near the Missouri River.

Festival Activities

Canoe, Kayak & SUP Races, Music, Food and Fun!

St. Louis Earth Day Booth

Help at the St. Louis Earth Day Festival.
For more information, email us at greenwaynetwork@gmail.com.

Picking up Trash/Trail Maintenance

Confluence Trash Bash is the annual clean-up in North St. Louis and St. Louis County.

You can have a direct impact on the quality of the rivers and streams in your neighborhood. Sign up and come out to pick up trash and recyclables.

Monthly Greenway Network Conservation Team

You can have a direct impact on the quality of the rivers and streams in your neighborhood. Sign up and come out to pick up trash and recyclables.

For more information, email us at greenwaynetwork@gmail.com.

Greenway Network Conservation Teams and other volunteers will be picking up trash, planting, removing invasive plants and doing other needed work on public lands near the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. 

Monitoring Creeks

Through the years this program has provided an opportunity for local teachers, their students and Stream Team Volunteers to share their excitement for clean water by obtaining grab samples from over twenty sites along the 27 mile watershed.