Wildflower Rangers

Trillium wildflower with hikers in the background carrying invasive weeds

Get outdoors exploring beautiful natural areas in spring, & safeguard spring wildflowers for future generations.

Wildflower Rangers safeguard the spectacular spring wildflower displays in natural areas throughout Washtenaw County. The classic signs of spring, ephemeral wildflowers not only relieve weary Michiganders of the winter blues, they also provide crucial early spring nectar for hungry bees and pollinators. As a Wildflower Ranger, you’ll take a lead role preserving these striking ecological communities.

Learn more by reviewing the position description below (or press here to download the position description)

2023 Application deadline: The season runs from late-April to late-June every year. 

TO APPLY: Please visit the Washtenaw Parks registration website to sign up for a Wildflower Rangers training event, or contact the staff member below.

QUESTIONS? Please contact:

Matthew Bertrand
Volunteer Coordinator
[email protected]

Make a difference & enrich your life through exceptional experiences—volunteer with Washtenaw Parks!

Wildflower Ranger position description