There is no cost, and there is always work that needs to be done to conserve amphibians and reptiles. NEPARC is open to anyone with an interest in the conservation of northeastern amphibians and reptiles.
Everyone is welcome at NEPARC, and membership is as simple as 'you are a member when you say you are'. There is no requirement for membership, though members are expected to always remain professional at NEPARC events, including the annual meeting.
Typical ways that members choose to get involved:
- Attend the annual Northeast regional meeting
- Subscribe to the NEPARC listserv, and respond to calls to action when possible
- Attend NEPARC events
- NEPARC members who are on social media can help spread the word by following NEPARC accounts, and sharing content to their networks. NEPARC accounts are linked at the bottom of the page.
Individual partners provide the organizational functioning of NEPARC. Individual partners serve a role, or provide a service to NEPARC.
Typical ways that Individual Partners choose to get involved:
- Serving on or chairing the Steering Committee
- Serving on or leading a NEPARC Working Group
- Serving on or leading a national PARC Working Group or Task Team
- Serving on the Joint National Steering Committee (JNSC)
Organizational partners support the functioning of NEPARC, and enhance the network of a joined, shared mission.
Typical ways that Organizational Partners connect with NEPARC:
- Collaborating on a specific product, event, or initiative
- Collaborating on ad hoc committees (e.g. Amphibian Week)
- Providing technical support
- Providing financial support (Corporate Sponsorships)