About Our Park Stewardship Program
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) connects the community with nature by managing and maintaining over 500 acres of park land. Throughout Carmel, you will find 13 parks and 4 greenways offering greenspace, playgrounds, access to natural resources, and education through interpretive signage. We are dedicated to ensuring our community understands their role in our natural resources both today and in the future.
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Explore these nature tips from our Natural Resources Coordinator!
Join the Cause
Park Stewardship gives the community an opportunity to play a larger part in developing our natural resources and better understand our parks. Through Park Stewardship programming, events and volunteering, the community is invited to get out to the park to explore, engage and connect by planting trees, identifying species at a BioBlitz event and so much more.
Be a Steward + Volunteer with Us!
Volunteer With Us
Invasive Species Workdays
- June 18, 9am-12pm: Sweet Clover Removal
- July 14, 9am-12pm: Teasal Removal
- August 17, 9am-12pm: Invasive Species Training & Bradford Pear Removal
Woodland Gardens National Trails Day
- June 6, 9am-12pm
- June 24, 4-6pm
Citizen Science Week: Invasive Species
- August 17, 9am-12pm
Citizen Science Week: Water Ecology
- August 20, 6-7:30pm