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Become a Duck Creek Wild Auxiliary Club Member

Duck Creek Wild Auxiliary Program Highlights

Duck Creek Wild is an auxiliary club administered by the City of Davenport’s Public Works Department, Natural Resources Division.

Purpose. The purpose of the program is to support education and enhancement of Duck Creek’s riparian areas within Davenport city limits by encouraging and providing involvement opportunities to interested community members.

Program Objectives.  The primary objective of Duck Creek Wild will include the eradication of invasive and non-native plant species followed by reintroduction of native plant species.  Secondary objectives include educational meetings, grant writing, scientific research, and group discussion.


  • All individuals with an interest in supporting the purpose and objectives of the Duck Creek Wild Program are eligible to become members upon submission of a completed Duck Creek Wild Member Waiver and Hold Harmless Agreement. Membership shall be renewed annually in January of each year. A parent or guardian signature is required on the waiver and hold harmless agreement for all individuals under the age of 18. 
  • Membership in Duck Creek Wild is voluntary and without fee.
  • As an auxiliary program, members of Duck Creek Wild are not compensated for labor/services rendered.
  • Members are encouraged to:
    • Attend educational and planning meetings held;
    • Participate in field days;
    • Assist in identifying focus areas and development of work plans;
    • Participate in discussion and planning efforts;
    • Serve on special committees that may be developed;
    • Lead special projects that may be identified;
    • Network, collaborate and partner with other Duck Creek Wild Members.

Membership Meetings. Meetings shall be scheduled as determined by the Program Coordinator in consultation with the membership.

Become a Member by bringing a completed Duck Creek Wild Member Agreement to our next meeting.

Not sure you have the time to commit to being a member?  No problem, you still have an opportunity to get involved.  Drop-in volunteers are welcome to attend field days. A parent, guardian or other authorized adult must accompany all youth age 14 and under. Check the calendar for the next field day at this link.