Volunteer at Lands End on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2016

Natural Habitats

Habitat Restoration Volunteering

Restore and Monitor Critical Habitat

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Help restore and monitor critical natural areas and create wildlife corridors for threatened and endangered species. Activities include invasive plant removal, winter planting, litter removal, seed collection, fence construction, trail maintenance, and plant monitoring.

Locations include: Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo County.

Check out our upcoming programs.

The Golden Gate National Parks Volunteer Program is a cooperative parkwide effort of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.


Habitat Restoration Team, Park Stewardship San Mateo, Park Stewardship San Francisco, Park Stewardship Marin, Presidio Habitat Stewards, Invasive Plant Patrol Events

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Volunteers Working on the Presidio Bluffs
Volunteer
Thu, Feb 27 1:00pm-4:00pm
Lobos Creek Meeting Location
Become a Park Steward and help restore unique San Francisco coastal habitat.
Volunteer at work in Lands End
Volunteer
Sat, Feb 29 10:00am-1:00pm
Lands End Parking Lot
Become a Park Steward and help restore unique San Francisco coastal habitat.
Stewardship Intern at Work
Events
Sat, Feb 29 10:00am-1:00pm
Alta Avenue Trail Head
Become a Park Steward and help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat in Marin.
Events
Sat, Feb 29 10:00am-1:00pm
Mori Point Gate
Help protect endangered species and restore sensitive habitat while enjoying a day in the park.
Habitat Restoration in Tennessee Valley
Volunteer
Sun, Mar 01 9:30am-2:30pm
Bolinas Ridge at Fairfax - Bolinas Rd
Help restore and protect critical natural areas from the Marin Headlands to Bolinas Ridge.

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QUESTIONS?

Contact us at volunteer@parksconservancy.org or 415-561-3077.

Thank you for your service and support!  It takes many hands to care for and preserve our parks. We look forward to working with you!

YOU CAN ENSURE THAT OUR PARKS WILL ALWAYS WELCOME ALL

More than ever, we need public lands where communities can come together.