We help maintain 116 miles of trails and 1,439 historic structures in the parks and create new parks like the recently opened Presidio Tunnel Tops, a welcoming space built by the community, for the community.
Through new and enhanced trails, restored natural and cultural landscapes, and sustainably built facilities and amenities, we're working to make the Golden Gate National Parks more vibrant, more resilient, and more welcoming for all.
One Tam’s projects and programs aim to improve the health of the mountain’s natural resources, and grow a new generation of stewards. Our regional approach to science, stewardship, and collaboration across boundaries is key to protecting the mountain in our changing environment.
Trails Forever brings together staff and volunteers from the three partner agencies—National Park Service, Parks Conservancy and Presidio Trust—toward protecting the many resources in this amazing park and creating access to them.
This volunteer program is currently on pause and not hosting weekly/monthly events. Please view our active events calendar to browse available volunteer opportunities in the parks. A combined effort between the Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service’s Golden Gate Trail Crew, the Trails Stewardship Team engages numerous volunteers in the act of restoring and maintaining 125 miles of trails within the Golden Gate National Parks.
This volunteer program is currently on pause and not hosting weekly/monthly events. Please view our active events calendar to browse available volunteer opportunities in the parks. Just for teens – this is a great way to explore your local national park, meet other Bay Area teens, and help restore trails.