Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer with Sempervirens Fund

Our volunteer needs are diverse, from assisting staff in the office to helping with special events and field projects. Please email us at redwoods@sempervirens.org or use our online contact form to let us know your availability, talents and volunteer interests. We look forward to hearing from you! You can also help us by becoming a volunteer Redwood Ambassador.

Upcoming Sempervirens Fund Volunteer Events

April 23, 2017 – 10am-2pm – Earth Day Volunteer Event
To celebrate Earth Day, Sempervirens Fund is hosting a volunteer restoration event on its 8,532-acre San Vicente Redwoods property adjacent to Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument. Volunteers will remove invasive species to help restore the native habitat of this critical wildlife corridor.

Jan. 28, 2017 – 11am-2pm – Restoration Volunteer Day
Sempervirens Fund is hosting a volunteer restoration event on its property nestled within Castle Rock State Park. Volunteers will conduct vital invasive species removal to help restore the native grassland and woodland that define this beloved area.
Below are additional volunteer opportunities with other partners and organizations that support our forests and parks:

Volunteer Trail Crews

Castle Rock State Park and Big Basin Redwoods State Park:
Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Association (SCMTA)
Sempervirens Fund helped found the SCMTA in 1969 that builds and maintains trails in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Join their Castle Rock Trail Crew, Skyline-to-the-Sea Trail Crew or Big Basin Volunteer Trail Crew. Visit their website for volunteer trail crew details and schedules. And read our Trail Blazers article for more background.

Butano State Park:
To volunteer for Butano’s trail crew, call the park at 650-879-2040.

Other Trail Projects:
The Loma Prieta Sierra Singleaires Trail Maintenance – check their calendar to view their trail maintenance schedule.
Trail Center – Trail Building Projects

More Park Volunteer Opportunities

Portola and Castle Rock Foundation Volunteer Program

California State Parks – Volunteers in Parks

“Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.”

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