We need you!
Volunteers are such a driving force behind our Museum. Their dedication and drive is evident at each of our sites, from the paleo lab to the orchard. We are always welcoming new volunteers and offer introduction classes which provide the foundation for individuals to learn about each of our sites.
Our Spring 2018 class is past but we will be planning another soon.
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For more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator here.
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Teacher and Docent Guides
Volunteers In the News!
Volunteers who play in the dirt
“I don’t do manicures!” Kay Fredette said with a chuckle.
She’s far too rough on her hands for fancy nails. For 31 years, she’s worked as a volunteer at the Rabbit Valley, Mygatt-Moore fossil quarry. You will find her there three days a week in the summer, on her hands and knees in the heat or carrying buckets of rocks.
Read more here. Thanks to the Beacon Senior News for the great story!