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Catfish Guide, Brad Durick, will be at Dike East on August 17 from 6-8 p.m. to help River Keepers members and/or volunteers learn to fish. The evening will start with a short informational talk and then participants will start casting from the banks of the Red River. A limited number of poles will be provided so if you have a pole, please bring it.

This is a FREE event for members and/or volunteers only. Pre-registration is required. Ticket sales will close on August 16 at 5 p.m. Register here!

Participants are responsible for acquiring a ND fishing license before the event. To learn more, visit the North Dakota Game and Fish website: https://gf.nd.gov/fishing/license-general-info

Captain Brad Durick is a nationally recognized catfish guide on the Red River of the North, seminar speaker, author, and River Keepers 2022 Friend of the River Award Recipient.

Need to check to see if you are a current member of River Keepers? Look at this link: 8/3/23 Member List or contact Kimberly@riverkeepers.org or call 701.356.8915.

Not a member? Sign up before or at the event! Memberships will be sold at 1/2 price. While registering for your ticket on Eventbrite, you can add on a River Keepers membership. We have various membership levels with different benefits. All memberships help us accomplish our goals to advocate for safe and sustainable use of the Red River of the North. To learn more about our mission, visit our website at riverkeepers.org


Want to become a volunteer? Sign up to participate in an upcoming River Keepers event in 2023. We have a wide variety of events that we need help with. Fill out our River Keepers volunteer form and one of our staff will send you a confirmation within 3 business days at riverkeepers.org/volunteer


Just as the Red River could not flow without a source, neither can River Keepers. Your generous financial support allows our projects to continue, but we also need volunteers. The more participation in River Keepers’ projects and committees, the larger the impact on the community.

Find a project or a committee area in which you are interested. This might involve a skill to develop, a hobby to enjoy or a new interest to explore. Turn that interest into a service for the Fargo-Moorhead community. Also, encourage friends, families, your employer, other businesses, organizations and classrooms to volunteer their time or resources to River Keepers.


More Information:

2023 Volunteer and Events Opportunities Form

Outreach Ambassador Position Description

2023 T-shirt to Tote Pattern and How To Keep Plastic Out of Our Environment Flyer

T-shirt to Tote Volunteer Training Video

Sign up to volunteer at Reforest the Red

River Keepers Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer Program Video

Board of Directors Application Form and Job Description