Beaver Creek Wetlands Association

1999 Dayton Xenia Rd, Dayton, OH 45434
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Our mission To protect the wetland ecosystem in the Beaver Creek watershed through partnerships, community networks and public education.

Beaver Creek Wetlands Association

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Ways to help

Like the old fashioned thank you note?

We do, too! Volunteer to write thank you notes for BCWA. We provide the stationery, envelopes and stamps. You provide your written words.
  • One-time, Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • 21+, 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Virtual, Office work, Indoor
  • None
  • Weekdays, Weekends

Want to join our weekend or weekday work crews?

Our very active field crews work on habitat restoration including invasive control, planting and seed collection. Other efforts include boardwalk and trail construction, repair, and maintenance. There are work sessions nearly every Saturday and Sunday from mid-March through mid-November. We provide training and education, so everyone is welcome! To receive our weekly volunteer opportunity emails, scroll down to Volunteer Sign-up and submit your name and email address.
  • One-time, Occasional, Weekly, Monthly
  • 21+, 55+, Adults
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10), Groups (10+), Corporate Teams, Families
  • Physical, Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Weekends

Want to tell others about BCWA?

Volunteer at the BCWA booth at events and fairs such as the Midwest Native Plant Conference or the Beavercreek Popcorn Festival. Engage the public to learn about us by talking with people or handing out literature.
  • One-time, Occasional
  • 21+, 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor
  • Formal
How you help BCWA is a volunteer-based organization. It’s our volunteers that make our mission a success! BCWA volunteers can help in many ways: habitat restoration, invasive species control, public education events, administration, and more!
About us BCWA supports the retention of wetlands within the protection corridor and encourages the restoration of wetland and traditional upland habitats, such as forests and prairies. BCWA promotes the use of these protected areas for education, research and recreation.
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