Volunteer Spotlight at Oak Knoll
We're grateful for all the volunteers that help out at Oak Knoll. We invite you to read some of their stories and find out why they take the time to volunteer at the sanctuary.
Robert “Otter” Brown is no stranger to Mass Audubon. He started his long, endearing journey with Mass Audubon back when he was Camp Counselor at Wildwood, and then joined Oak Knoll for our Statewide Volunteer Day back in 2015. Otter has been a prominent member of our team ever since.
Volunteer at Oak Knoll
“Mass Audubon is an environmentally minded organization,” she says, “and I like to be outdoors, so I called Oak Knoll.” Bragg was immediately enlisted as a volunteer there and at sister sanctuary Attleboro Springs—clearing trails, putting up flyers, advertising activities, laying out bricks for garden paths, and helping out in any other way needed.