In preparation for the event, BAYOU REBIRTH is seeking volunteers that can help organize the logistics of the event prior to and also help with operations of the event on October 11.
Prior to the event, volunteer duties include: soliciting snack/coffee donations, printing and picking up posters/signage, folding programs, organizing sponsorship bags, etc. On the day of, volunteer duties include: setting up tables, hanging banner and posters, handing out bags/programs, registration table, taking notes, video taping, snack/coffee prep, preparing speakers’ panels, A/V, event clean up etc.
Bayou Rebirth is hosting a one-day Native Plant Symposium on the benefits native plants bring to southeast Louisiana’s urban environment. This conference, to be held at Delgado Community College, will bring together a diverse group of professionals and community members to network, share knowledge and expertise, and discuss the role of native plants in urban water management, wildlife habitat and resilience to climate change.
The symposium features panel discussions, break out sessions, site tours and a complimentary reception at Longue Vue House and Gardens. Volunteers receive free admission to the event.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact Zoe Linder-Baptie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much in advance for your involvement and we look forward to a successful event.
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