Richmond Aqueduct

Richmond Aqueduct
Second Largest Aqueduct Built on the Enlarged Erie Canal (1856-1917)


Welcome to our Volunteer Page!

This page was created for the people who are interested in engaging in making a difference in our CommUnity. It is still being developed and will be added to as we define the kinds of fun activities that we will need help with for the Montezuma Heritage Park.

Of course, our Park Design Committee always welcomes new members. We have a great group that works well together and we've made some very positive strides in plans for development of the park. Meetings are open for anyone to join in participating. We usually meet on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7 PM at the Town Hall, 8102 Dock Street, Montezuma. Current meetings are posted on the sidebar. 

There are many ways you can volunteer for Friends of the Montezuma Heritage Park. Now we have six defined trails which you can play an important role in maintaining these trails. You can help on field projects, adopt a trail, assist with office work, lead hikes, teach about nature, reach out to others, and follow your imagination in connecting people with nature, and promote economic vitality.
Please consider how you want to get involved; how much time you have; what you want to do; specific skills you have and/or want to know. And mostly, we want you to enjoy your volunteer experience.

Email me at if you are interested in volunteering. 

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