April 21st: Volunteer for Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup

If you’ve never participated in Earth Day, here is a great way to make an impact with caring people who are fun. It’s a feel good day. Coastwalk: https://coastwalk.org/ also has activities planned, wonderful walks.

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April 21st: Volunteer for Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup

On Saturday, April 21, thousands of volunteers will join forces to restore and revitalize over 40 beloved state parks for a very special Earth Day celebration.
These dedicated individuals will weed, plant, repair, paint and give our parks the care they need and deserve, so everyone can enjoy these natural and cultural gems — today and for generations to come.
You can join them! Consider volunteering on Saturday, April 21, during the California State Park Foundation’s 20th annual Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup, presented by Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
Volunteer for an Earth Day Cleanup
As an Earth Day volunteer, you can make a huge difference in just one day.
So many parks need our love and attention — like Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Sonoma County. Over 80% of the park burned during the October wildfire. Trails were severely damaged.
If you volunteer in this park, you’ll be building new steps and small bridges, repairing trails, clearing brush and replacing burned structures. Your efforts will go a long way in helping this state park recover from the devastating fire.
This great day will be even better if you’re a part of it!
Secure your Earth Day volunteer spot today and choose from over 40 park projects like this one!
Whether you can volunteer or just want to spend a day celebrating nature with your loved ones, I hope you get out to one of our beloved parks this Earth Day!
Volunteer for an Earth Day Cleanup

Thank you for caring for our parks,
Rachel Norton
Executive Director
California State Parks Foundation
P.S. Can’t volunteer? You can still help protect and revitalize state parks by donating today. Click here to give to our Earth Day Match Campaign and your gift will be doubled!