As a private non-profit organization, the Texas Forestry Museum relies on the help and support of volunteers to accomplish the museum's mission.
Each year, the museums 200+ volunteers contribute over 1,000 hours of service. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Individuals and groups assist with curatorial and collections projects, education events, fund raisers, routine maintenance, clerical duties, give guided tours, and a whole host of other projects that benefit the museum and its visitors. Please contact the museum if you are interested in joining our volunteer team.
One volunteer or group will be chosen for outstanding service and dedication to the museum in the past year. This person(s) will be chosen based on their availability and effectiveness in a time of need. The award will not necessarily be based upon length of service or hours contributed.
The sole recipient will be based upon the number of volunteer hours contributed.
This award is given to volunteer(s) for outstanding work and dedication to their assistance in a specific area of need at the Museum.
For the purpose of recognitions, volunteer hours are recorded from April 1 to March 31.