Restoring Bair Island Volunteer Event

San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory’s (SFBBO) Habitats Program works closely with the USFWS’s Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge and Peninsula Open Space Trust to restore tidal marsh ecosystem habitats at Inner Bair Island. Certain habitats require active restoration of native plants.

This unique volunteer opportunity has the capacity for approximately 40 volunteers. Volunteers will be guided by SFBBO’s staff, and you will spend the morning planting over 30 native species that will support Bair Island’s ecosystem. This is a great event for friends and family, so come in a group if you’d like! Spots are limited, so RSVP only if you are sure you can attend.

Lake Cunningham Native Garden – Workdays

The California Native Garden in Lake Cunningham Regional Park, welcomes volunteers to help with invasive plant removal, mulching, planting, and watering.

Workdays are Saturdays 9am to noon. This volunteer opportunity is suitable for all who enjoy physical activity in an outdoor setting with a view of the lake, the garden, and wildlife. It is a good opportunity for high school groups or individuals looking for community service volunteer hours.

Volunteers are welcome by appointment through the Volunteer Match website.

Lake Cunningham Native Garden – Workdays

The California Native Garden in Lake Cunningham Regional Park, welcomes volunteers to help with invasive plant removal, mulching, planting, and watering.

Workdays are Saturdays 9am to noon. This volunteer opportunity is suitable for all who enjoy physical activity in an outdoor setting with a view of the lake, the garden, and wildlife. It is a good opportunity for high school groups or individuals looking for community service volunteer hours.

Volunteers are welcome by appointment through the Volunteer Match website.

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