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Ever dreamed of being a marine biologist? An environmental educator? Making a difference. Here's your chance. There are a number of volunteer activities available through facilities like the Loxahatchee River Environmental Center 'River Center', Friends of the Loxahatchee River and the WildPine Lab. You can assist with summer camp programs, special events, field studies and even collect water quality data.

Send us information about your specific interests and how we can contact you. In turn, we will send you more information on fun and important volunteer programs to help the Loxahatchee River.

Volunteers are needed for the Gift Shop, to greet visitors, to give tours of the facility, to help with storytime and education programs, and to maintain the gardens around the River Center.

You may also download, complete, and return this form to the River Center to expedite the application process.

Call 561-743-7123 or education@loxahatcheeriver.org for more information.

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The River Center's Jr, Angler Tournament
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A Program of the Loxahatchee River District.
The River Center, 805 N. US Highway 1 Jupiter, FL 33477
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