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SCHOOL PROGRAMS VOLUNTEERS



School Programs & Education

The Red Butte Garden School Programs team brings botany-based, informal, science education to tens of thousands of K-12 Utah students every year! We have the awesome job of planting seeds of curiosity, scientific literacy, and an appreciation of plants and nature and would love your help.

Field Classes run in April, May, September, and October every year throughout the Garden. There are various options for different types and levels of involvement.

Our Botany Bin, Garden on the Grow, and Virtual Garden programs bring the Garden, plant materials, scientific tools, and engaging lessons to students throughout the state of Utah. In the Horticulture building, or even at your own home, you can help by processing and assembling materials.

Supervisors:

Nick Hoffmann – School Programs Manager

Becca Speechley– Garden Experience Coordinator (Field Classes)

Heather Paulson – Teacher Resource Coordinator (Botany Bins & Boxes)

Available Volunteer Shifts Dates/Times:

Variable

Field Classes are Monday – Thursday 8:30-2:30 in April, May, September, and October

Botany Bins and Botany Boxes – as needed

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