Stewardship

Volunteers at Muir Beach
Events
Sat, Sep 28 10:00am-1:00pm
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
Volunteers at Muir Beach
Events
Wed, Sep 25 1:00pm-4:00pm
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
Volunteers at Muir Beach
Events
Sat, Sep 14 10:00am-1:00pm
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
Volunteers at Muir Beach
Events
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
Volunteers at Muir Beach
Events
Wed, Aug 28 1:00pm-4:00pm
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
A purple and white flower grows from the soil
Article
We pull them, we bag them, but how much do we know about the introduced species that live in our park sites? Fascinating facts and more about why we need to pull these species from our parks.
Park volunteers watch a small black bird walk along a pathway
Article
Every week we work to restore native plant habitat, but our work goes beyond just the plant communities in our parks. It’s been fascinating to see the influence our work can have on wildlife and the ecosystem around us.
Parks Conservancy staff shows children how to use hoe.
Our Work
Mike Vasey helped save the land at Mori Point as the former president of the Pacifica Land Trust. Georgia Vasey leads a team of volunteers who work on the land every day as the San Mateo Community Programs Manager for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. See how their bond...
Volunteer working with soil in the Golden Gate National Parks.
Article
Most people don't think about the status of soils on a regular basis, nor do they think of the soils beneath our feet as a collection of living organisms. But they are.
Close up between grass blades, showing a brown ant hovering over a fuzzy green caterpillar.
Gateways Article
It’s a larvae-eat-larvae world out there. But somewhere along the line, nature evolved a way of balancing things out: a symbiotic relationship with native formicine ants.