Serv Program



Volunteers planting native shoreline plants

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Featured Opportunity: Eco Paddles on the Wekiva River

Join our restoration projects and leave your mark by improving the resources in our community!

The Seminole Education, Restoration and Volunteer (SERV) Program works to protect the waterways and natural areas of Seminole County through volunteer projects, and educates the public about the importance of these natural resources.

How to join:

It’s easy! Simply email or call (407) 665-2457 and let us know that you would like to be involved. Volunteers of all ages are welcome!

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Our events are perfect for one-day service projects. We also have wonderful long term opportunities, including the Adopt-A-Road and Adopt-A-River Programs. See also our program brochure.

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Benefits to being a SERV volunteer:

  • Work alongside biologists and gain valuable field experience, for biology and nonbiology majors
  • Gain leadership skills
  • Earn needed community service hours. We are an approved Bright Futures Community Service Organization.
  • Boost your resume by adding new skills and volunteer hours to stand out to potential employers
  • Give back to the environment and ensure the quality of our valuable resources.
  • Leave your mark and know that you made a difference.
  • Work in an exciting outdoor setting.
  • Our volunteer opportunities are the perfect one day service projects.
  • Restoration events and long-term volunteer opportunities can be catered to your group and are available at any time.
  • See the fruits of your labor that same day!
  • Our volunteer projects are FUN!
  • You'll get to enjoy, protect and restore our natural resources! Let's all Keep Seminole County "Florida's Natural Choice!"

In order to volunteer with us, all volunteers must fill out a SERV Hold Harmless form. If you are under the age of 18 you MUST have a parent or legal guardian fill out this form, which is good for one year. All volunteers under the age of 16 must have adult supervision at our events.

SpeakerLooking for a Speaker?

If your small business, civic club, school or other organization would like to request a speaker on water quality, or biological conservation & restoration, please use the contact information below. This service is free of charge to any group in Seminole County! For teachers and youth leaders, read about some of our presentation topics here.

Key Personnel

Elizabeth Stephens, SERV Coordinator
Phone: (407) 665-2457