Ready to get out this summer? Join Point Reyes National Seashore in celebrating our first ever Summer of Service!
Volunteers help protect the natural and cultural resources of Point Reyes. In return, they learn how to become stewards of the land while giving back to the park they love. Projects include removing invasive plants to make space for native plants, removing trash from the beach and trails, and helping to restore natural habitats.
First and fourth Saturday of the month
Saturday, May 27th – Habitat Restoration
Saturday, June 3rd – National Trails Day
Saturday, June 24th – Shoreline Cleanup
Saturday, July 1st – Habitat Restoration
Saturday, July 22nd – Shoreline Cleanup
Saturday, August 5th – Habitat Restoration
Saturday, August 26th – Shoreline Cleanup
Saturday, September 2nd – Habitat Restoration
Saturday, September 23rd – National Public Lands Day
Saturday, October 7th – Habitat Restoration
No experience necessary! Training and tools will be provided. Please wear close-toed shoes and bring plenty of water. Volunteers of all ages have something to offer and are welcome. Project days can be arranged for school groups, corporate groups, scout groups, and service groups.
Please note that walkups will be allowed as supplies allow but must sign our registration form before participating.
For more information on Summer of Service days, contact the park's Community Volunteer Ambassador by email.
Last updated: May 21, 2023