We currently have no volunteer opportunities available. Please visit our volunteer opportunities page or contact Camila Matamala-Ost at CamilaM@piercecd.org to be contacted for future opportunities.
If you are looking for hands on experience in the environmental field, PCD can help. The Knotweed Control Program offers seasonal work opportunities throughout our survey and treatment seasons. Learn how to conduct invasive plant surveys and perform integrated pest management (IPM) practices used for knotweed control.
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Mount Rainier Invasive Species Biologist Will Arneson donates his time bending knotweed. Mount Rainier is one of the many project partners involved in the Nisqually River Knotweed Control Project.
Volunteer Terry Maves pushes on through an extensive knotweed infestation at one of PCD’s Knotweed Bending Events.
Volunteer Jan Wieser lends a hand to help PCD bend knotweed canes along the upper Nisqually River in 2011. Volunteers at this event helped bend approximately 3 acres of knotweed plants.