We rely on volunteer support for much of the work we do. We are building a strong community of Waterfall Keepers to help with our projects and enable us to implement new ones.
Please join us!
The best part? You get to immerse yourself in waterfalls while you’re making a real difference!
Join us for our big annual waterfall cleanup day. We’ll have volunteers all over the state visiting waterfalls and cleaning them up. Learn more.
Choose a waterfall and visit it four times a year to pick up trash and report on trail conditions. Learn more.
Join our crew to remove graffiti from rocks at waterfalls.
Help us pick up trash along a section of NC 215 that passes numerous waterfalls. We’ll be out there every quarter. Learn more.
We know how waterfallers spend a lot of time researching. How would you like to contribute to Waterfall Keepers of NC while you’re doing it? We’re seeking all manner of items–historical literature, artifacts, old photos–items that you may run across in your pursuits. We’ll happily accept donations, of course, but we may be willing to purchase certain items. Learn more.
Do you have experience with grant writing, fundraising events, or fundraising solicitations? If so, we need you!
Help us restore impacted waterfalls and streams to their natural state by stabilizing eroded banks, establishing low-impact viewpoints, and removing social dams, illegal or irresponsible campsites (like the one pictured), and other human intrusions.
Join our crew to remove fallen trees from trails and waterfalls.
Join our crew to make waterfall access safer, easier, and more environmentally friendly.