Stewardship

Stewardship Intern at Work
Events
Muir Beach Overlook
From Muir Beach to Oakwood Valley, help us restore critical habitat for endangered species, including the Coho salmon and Mission blue butterfly.
Stewardship Intern at Work
Events
Muir Beach Overlook
From Muir Beach to Oakwood Valley, help us restore critical habitat for endangered species, including the Coho salmon and Mission blue butterfly.
Our Work
Ongoing
The Park Stewardship program has focused on removing invasive plants to restore the Mission Blue butterfly habitat at this site in Marin County.
Oakwood Valley
Our Work
Ongoing
Just north of the Marin Headlands, Oakwood Valley features a hiking trail loop that winds through native grassland and the largest stand of oak and bay forest in the Golden Gate National Parks. The Parks Conservancy's Park Stewardship program works hard to protect these valuable resources by engaging the community and volunteers in restoration efforts.
Stewardship
Stewardship Intern at Work
Events
Muir Beach parking lot
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin
Stewardship Intern at Work
Events
Alta Avenue Trail Head
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin
Park Stewardship Team at the Presdio Bluffs
Volunteer
Thursdays, 1–4 pm, Presidio Coastal Bluffs and Lobos Creek; Saturdays, 1–4 pm, Lands End – With national park lands and urban communities intersecting, help us ensure local rare species and unique ecological habitats will be here for generations to come.
Nighttime at Mt. Tam
November 20, 2014
To help maintain the long-term health and preservation of Mount Tamalpais (Mt. Tam), the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative (TLC), has launched OneTam, an initiative to raise awareness and build community support around efforts to care for the mountain’s treasured resources.
Park Stewardship
Park E-Ventures Article
Stewarding the beloved Golden Gate National Parks takes blood, sweat, tears, and—most importantly—dirt. It’s for these reason that we have decided to take our Park Stewardship program to the next level—announcing “Tough Parker,” an endurance event series for our hard park fans. Are you up for the challenge?