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Volunteer Opportunities at Charleston Waterkeeper’s

Charleston Waterkeeper’s mission is to protect, promote, and restore the quality of Charleston’s waterways while ensuring the public’s right to swimmable, drinkable, fishable water. 

Help out with some upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

January 27, 2018 Shell Bagging w/ SCORE

Join Charleston Waterkeeper’s to help DNR’s South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement (SCORE) Program prep bags of oyster shell for building reefs this year! Everyone should wear closed-toed shoes (no crocs or flip flops!) and clothes you do not mind getting a little dirty. SCORE will provide water, gloves, sunscreen, first aid and bug spray. SCORE will have cups for water but encourage volunteers to be eco-friendly and bring a refillable bottle.

February 3, 2018 Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup

PalmettoPride and the USDA Forest Service are hosting the 11th Annual Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup on Saturday, February 3. Join us in helping out!

Keep checking out the Volunteer Calendar at Charleston Waterkeepers for more opportunities!

Shorebird Steward Training at Caw Caw, February 20, 2018 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Shorebird Stewards is a program that engages a growing group of volunteers to protect coastal birds. Volunteers patrol high-traffic beaches where birds are on a collision course with weekend crowds and help visitors share the shore with birds.At the training, you’ll be introduced to shorebird and seabird species and learn how to approach someone on the beach to talk about shorebird conservation.   To register contact Nolan Schillerstrom at

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
10:00am – 12:30pm
Ravanel, South Carolina

View SC Audubon post here