Timber Hill
Restoration Coalition


  
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Volunteers in action

Why volunteer?

The Timber Hill Restoration Coalition depends on volunteers to keep repair, maintenance and improvement costs at a minimum. Last year alone, approximately 150 volunteers contributed nearly 2,225 hours to the Timber Hill Reservable Area at Rentschler Forest Preserve.

An aging infrastructure at Timber Hill is in constant need of maintenance and repair. When you assist the THRC with painting, roofing and minor building repairs, you will be creating an exemplary camping facility for the youth of our community.

Opportunities are available to improve the environment when you volunteer at Timber Hill. By removing invasive honeysuckle, working in the butterfly garden, or monitoring blue bird boxes, you will make the environment more suitable for local wildlife.

Volunteering at Timber Hill is a great way to fulfill your club or organization’s service requirements. With flexible hours and many projects to choose from, you are certain to find a fun way to meet your obligations. The THRC will be happy to provide signed documentation outlining the community service work you perform at Timber Hill.

There are countless ways you can help stretch donated dollars and spread our resources further than imagined.

How can I help?

Mulch trails
Remove honeysuckle
Work in the butterfly garden
Weed and mulch flower beds
Paint Buildings
Assist with the THRC annual plant sale
Volunteer at Make a Difference Day
Install and/or repair drywall
Assist with minor plumbing, electrical, and HVAC repairs
Photography
Help with the newsletter
Monitor bluebird boxes
General Camp cleanup

How do I volunteer?

Contact MetroParks of Butler County at 513-867-5835 or send an email to Cristy Trammell at ctrammell@yourmetroparks.net