Noxubee Refuge Volunteers
Contact the Refuge to find out how to get involved. Visit this website for more information: http://www.friends-of-noxubee-refuge.org/volunteers.html.
Litter patrol volunteers perform litter pickup along refuge roadways, trails, parking areas, fishing areas, and picnic areas. Litter Patrol and the Welcome Center are just two of the many projects at Noxubee Refuge.
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge was established on June 14, 1940 with the purpose of being a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It is meant to conserve, manage, and restore the fish, wildlife, and plant resources and their habitats for the benefit of present and future generations.
Over 160,000 people visit Noxubee Refuge each year by hiking, hunting, fishing, observing wildlife, photographing wildlife, participating in refuge sponsored events, and by just enjoying getting outside. Litter on the refuge is not only an eyesore, but can be a safety concern for wildlife. You can help make the refuge a more beautiful place by not littering, picking up litter you see, and encouraging others to join us in our effort to keep America's public lands clean.
****Please Note: The Maroon Volunteer Center works hard to create a list of volunteer opportunities for the MSU community to participate in. These opportunities are in not sponsored, or conducted by the Maroon Volunteer Center, unless expressly specified as such, but by independent nonprofit or governmental entities who are responsible for the information and events provided.
If you have a question about the opportunity, please contact the agency directly.****