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, etc.
- picking up any litter (we can provide bags/gloves, and can 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)
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!