Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
Some people have a passion for the outdoors, and if that sounds like you, you'll enjoy volunteering your time at Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge. Sitting on 171 wooded acres on the edge of the New Jersey Pinelands, the refuge works to conserve and rehabilitate natural habitats, as well as the creatures that call them home.
No matter your skills, Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge can use your help. They need volunteers to help care for the wildlife, greet and educate visitors, plan and staff events, fund-raise, and more. If you're good with your hands, they need help building animal enclosures as well. Put your talents to use by getting involved!
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Interested in volunteering? Visit our website here.