What Can Volunteers Do?
As a volunteer, you can gain valuable skills, work outdoors, meet new people and see new areas of the country while acheiving a proud sense of contributing to the environment. A Volunteer for the US Army Corps of Engineers is a valuable asset to the Corps but also to all of the present and future visiting public. Volunteers are provided a camping site with water and electricity at no charge. Below are a few of the opportunities Millwood Lake has to offer volunteers:
-Serve as campground hosts
-Conduct interpretive programs
-Plant flowers and trees
-Staff offices and visitor areas
-Design, build and maintain trails
-Develop and build interpretive displays
-Build and install artificial fish habitat
-Prepare and plant food plots for wildlife
How can I volunteer at Millwood Lake?
Anyone interested in participating in the volunteer program at Millwood Lake may contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 870-898-3343 Ext. 2 or submit an online form through the US Army Corps of Engineers Volunteer Clearinghouse. The Volunteer Clearinghouse is a nationwide program for individuals who are interested in volunteering their time with the Corps of Engineers. Many Park Rangers contact the Clearinghouse in search of volunteers for specific jobs.