Becoming a Site Steward
Site stewards play an incredibly important role in maintaining and promoting the sustainability of Mad River Valley’s outdoor spaces.
What does being a site steward entail?
- weekly visits to the site
- making observations
- taking pictures of anything amiss
- noting the amount of litter, cars, people, etc.
- picking up any litter (we will provide bags/gloves, and will pick up the bag when you’re finished)
- reporting back to us on conditions
List of Sites
Bridge St Swim Hole
Lareau Swim Hole*
Blueberry Lake Beach Access North
Blueberry Lake Beach Access South*
Blueberry Lake Trailhead
Chase Brook Town Forest
CHSF – Howe Block @ Tucker Hill Rd
Kingsbury Greenway @ Wabanaki Conservation Area
Mad River Park Recreation Fields*
Pines Rest Area
Riverside Conservation Area
West Greenway @ Meadow Rd
Joslin Memorial Library Park & Bridge St (Library Steeps and NW corner of bridge)
(bolded = available; * = high priority)
We appreciate your commitment to our stewardMRV initiative!
If interested in becoming a site steward, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with which site(s) you would be interested in stewarding, or fill out the Google Form below. Additionally, keep an eye out for our own “Green Up” days!