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Thanks to YOU we are leaving the Golden Gate National Parks better than we found them: Improving trails, building overlooks, and growing plants. And we're engaging the next generation of park stewards through richly rewarding opportunities for young people of all ages. Scroll down to see our wide variety of programs. At this time, we do not have any volunteering opportunities. Events are limited but sometimes available.

Trails Forever
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Interactive sliders show the dramatic changes there before and after restoration work done by the Parks Conservancy and our partners.

Screenshot of redwoods along the Lonely Trail in Phleger Estate.
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Virtual tours of the parks

hiking at Muir Woods
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Take a hike

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Activity packs and other online resources

Volunteering on Mt. Tam.
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Volunteering and Internships

Active Events

Events that have not been canceled or postponed


All Events

Volunteers Working in Black Point Historic Gardens
Events
Fri, Oct 22 9:00am-12:00pm
Black Point Meeting Location
Help us restore the long-neglected gardens of East Black Point, a spectacular park site tucked away above the bustling San Francisco waterfront.
Presidio Volunteer
Events
Fri, Oct 22 9:00am-12:00pm
Presidio Transit Center
Help tend to the health of the Presidio’s historic forests.
Nike Missle Site Volunteers
Events
Fri, Oct 22 9:30am-12:30pm
Nike Missile Site
Help restore and maintain the historic Nike Missile Site in the Marin Headlands.
Volunteer at the Presidio
Volunteer
Sat, Oct 23 9:00am-12:00pm
Presidio Transit Center
Help restore natural areas and create important wildlife corridors in the Presidio of San Francisco.
Abbotts Lagoon Bee SLeonGuerrero
Event
Sat, Oct 23 9:00am
We are excited to announce the return of the Tamalpais Bee Lab! Volunteers are an important part of One Tam's efforts to understand more about Mt. Tamalpais’ wild bees and other pollinators. Join us to connect with the One Tam community of staff and volunteers, learn more about Mt. Tam’s wild pollinators, and gain skills in scientific collections management and insect identification! This event is limited to 12 individuals.

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