Keep a Lookout for Unwanted Invasive Plants Visitors to Michigan State Parks are invited to report invasive plants found in Michigan State Parks and Recreation Areas as part of an early detection and rapid response initiative to find and control unwanted invasive plants that are just beginning to invade.
Adopt-A-Park Volunteers assist state park staff in maintaining and enhancing state parks.
Adopt-a-Forest Volunteers help clean-up illegal dumping and raise the awareness of recycling opportunities for waste materials found.
Calendar of Volunteer Stewardship Workdays Join us for fun activities year-round! Volunteer stewardship days are offered monthly in select state parks and recreation areas in southeast Michigan, and beyond. Activities include cutting and pulling invasive plants, collecting native seeds and planting and help restoring high-quality natural areas within our parks.
Campground Host Applications Being Accepted It's never too late (or too early) to apply for a volunteer Campground Host at any Michigan State Park, Recreation Area or State Forest Campground for the current and the next camping seasons.
Friends of the State Parks Friends preserve Michigan parks and recreation areas by helping provide fundraising, recruiting volunteers, leading restoration projects and providing educational programming for the public.
Frog and Toad Survey This group is for those who are involved, or who would like to be involved, in the Michigan Frog & Toad Survey.
Native Prairie Seed Collection The State Park Stewardship Program, is in need of volunteers to hand collect native prairie seed at several state parks and recreation areas throughout the month of October and in early November.