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Volunteer Opportunities

Meadowood SRMA relies on volunteers to help accomplish important projects. No matter what your background, age, or interest, there are opportunities for you to become a volunteer at Meadowood SRMA. You can work individually or as part of a group. Projects can range from short-term, one-day adventures to season-long commitments.

26th Annual 
Potomac River Watershed Clean-up

 Join us on Saturday, April 5, 2014, for a morning litter pick up along Thompson Creek and surrounding trails.  Maybe you'd like to stay and have your picnic lunch at along one of the Meadowood trails.  

Click here to see the flyer for this year's event.  
Need more info?  Call Theresa Jefferson, phone  703-339-8473.

See you there! 






 Volunteer opportunities may include: 

  • Monitoring watershed studies
  • Conducting inventories and identifying plants
  • Performing office support tasks
  • Constructing or maintaining facilities
  • Assisting with habitat improvements projects
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Erecting signs and fences 
  • Maintaining wildlife habitats
  • Assisting with environmental education field trips

For more information on volunteering call: (703) 339-8009

Opportunities for Volunteers to Support Projects at Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA)

Specialists at the Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA) welcome volunteers to support their “to do” list! 
For all activities, tools, supplies, work gloves, bug repellent, snacks, and water to refill your container will be provided. You should wear work clothes and sturdy closed toe footwear, and bring a lunch if an all-day activity. 

There’s trail and bridge building to do on the hiking/biking trail on the west side parcel of the SRMA.  Other chores such as fence work, installing boundary signs and finishing the restoration area in front of the barn also need to be completed.  

Volunteers are always welcome and should plan to meet at the Lower Potomac Field Station, 10406 Gunston Rd, Lorton, Virginia, when tasks are available.


  • One of the many Bureau of Land Management partners is Earth Sangha, an organization that also has volunteer days planned at Meadowood for Tree Planting, and Native Meadow Plantings. Check out their website to see their schedule and some of the great work they've done at Meadowood at: