Volunteer With Us!
Schuylkill River Greenways is excited to announce we have a new volunteer system through Galaxy Digital. Volunteers will now be able to register by selecting their interests so they’re matched with volunteer opportunities. All current volunteers were emailed instructions about the new system. Use the button below to sign up to volunteer or access your portal if you’re already a volunteer.Volunteer Sign Up/Login
Kick off spring with our trail clean ups!
Schuylkill River Greenways relies on help from volunteers like you! We’re always looking for individuals to help with trail maintenance, special events, environmental education, water quality monitoring and more. For further questions, please call Schuylkill River Greenways at 484-945-0200 or email email@example.com.
Sign Up for Upcoming Opportunities
The best part about our volunteer portal is that you can sign up just once for the type of event you’re interested in, and you will receive an email when an opportunity arises. If Trail Maintenance is your thing-you can create an account on our portal and share your preferences. Our Volunteer system also tracks your volunteer hours for the purpose of reporting for school, community service, or other needs.SRG Volunteer Opportunities
Schuylkill River Greenways operates and maintains more than 30 miles of the Schuylkill River Trail in Berks and Schuylkill Counties. Maintenance and upkeep along these sections of the trail are done solely by volunteers.
Both the Bartram Section of the Schuylkill River Trail (in Schuylkill and Upper Berks Counties) and the Thun Section (from Pottstown to Reading in Berks County) have volunteer coordinators who oversee regular maintenance along those parts of the trail. The coordinators organize workdays periodically for trail upkeep, such as pruning branches, cutting back overgrowth and removing litter. Workdays are scheduled as needed throughout the year, but more often during the warmer months.Learn More
Civic Group and Corporate Volunteers
We welcome school groups, scout troops, community service organizations, church groups and others who wish to participate in a one-time project such as litter cleanup, bush cutting, ditch clearing and, occasionally, trail resurfacing. Typically such projects take about three hours. In addition, skilled workers such as masons, carpenters or backhoe operators who are seeking volunteer opportunities can also assist with special projects like building steps, improving trail heads and addressing drainage issues.
Contact our trails team at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our Civic Group Volunteers Program.
Trail users over the age of 18 who regularly frequent the trail and wish to volunteer for a minimum of 8 hours a month from April through October are eligible to become Schuylkill River Trail Ambassadors. The goal of the Ambassador Program is to provide a presence on the trail in a non-enforcement capacity. Ambassadors provide information and assistance to other trail users. All ambassadors receive training and are issued red identifying shirts and a backpack with maps and first aid supplies.Learn More
Special Event Volunteers
Schuylkill River Greenways is always looking for volunteer groups or individuals to help during our many special events held throughout the year. Some of the events offered include the SRT Spree, Ride for the River, and Scenes of the Schuylkill Art Show. Volunteers are needed to do a variety of tasks depending on the event including being a member of the planning committee.Learn More
This program is intended for groups who are willing to commit to trail projects, such as litter cleanups and pruning, three times a year for two years along a specified segment of trail. A sign recognizing the group as an Adopt-a-Trail participant will be erected near the assigned segment.
Thank you to our Adopt-A-Trail Partners
This program is targeted to businesses and organizations who wish to make a two- to three-year financial commitment to support costs associated with trail management and maintenance for a specified segment of the trail. Signs acknowledging participants are posted along the sponsored segment.
Thank you to our Sponsor-A-Trail Partners
To find out more about Adopting or Sponsoring a trail section, email us at email@example.com