Do you love children, nature, and helping future generations enjoy and protect the environment? We need docents to help with kindergarten through 5th grade student field trips. Docents lead students on trails in Huddart Park in beautiful Woodside. During the hike, docents help children discover sticky monkey flowers, giant redwood trees, banana slugs, and turret spider nests among many other wonders. Some hikes include hands-on activities, sharing with students the animals that live in the park, birds and nesting, and Ohlone traditions. These positions are ideal for people who are interested in environmental education, hiking, and nature. Volunteers get to work hands on with children, and enjoy hiking in a beautiful location. No experience is necessary, training is provided.
Docents volunteer one or more Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday per month during the school year from 9:30am-12:30pm.
You can learn more about our organization at our website: http://huddartwunderlichfriends.org/. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact us at email@example.com or 650-851-2660.
The Friends of Huddart and Wunderlich Parks is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the local environment and historic legacies of two exceptional parks in Woodside, California.
The Friends organization encourages environmental awareness and provides educational opportunities for children and adults through community participation in the enjoyment of our parks.
The Friends provide children's hikes in Huddart Park, and at the historic Folger Estate Stable site in Wunderlich Park promotes exhibits, gives guided tours, and assists with school programs.
Hikes * History * Horses...Friends of Huddart and Wunderlich Parks provides programs and events in two historic redwood parks. We lead hikes, showcase local history, promote connection to the environment, and celebrate the horse heritage in San Mateo County. We inspire people to enjoy and steward the parks through educational, environmental, and preservation programs, promoting positive public health and community benefits.
Last year we led 1,400 kids on hikes, welcomed 4,430 museum visitors, took 1,300 kids on history field trips and hosted a wide array of community events. We’d love to have you join our team!