The Sacramento Valley Conservancy is a 501-C nonprofit that manages the Camp Pollock Nature Preserve off of Northgate Blvd. A key component of Camp Pollock is the Myrtle Johnston Memorial Lodge. We have received partial grant funding from the SMUD Shine program in order to upgrade the electrical in the lodge, which includes the replacement of fixtures, installation of a motion sensor, and if possible installation of two wall switches. We will be utilizing the California Conservation Corps Energy Corps for the installation of the electrical improvements, but will require a certified electrician in order to oversee their work.
This project has limited funding, so we are seeking a certified electrician that would be willing to work as a volunteer, as an in kind donation or at a discounted rate. We respectfully acknowledge that the time and services of a certified electrician are extremely valuable and appreciate your time and consideration. Please feel free to reach out for further detail regarding the project.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About SACRAMENTO VALLEY OPEN SPACE CONSERVANCY
191 LATHROP WAY STE D, SACRAMENTO, CA 95815, US
Sacramento Valley Conservancy’s mission is to preserve the beauty, character and biodiversity of the Sacramento Valley landscape by protecting and stewarding natural and working lands, and scenic open spaces for the benefit of current and future generations.
The Sacramento Valley Conservancy was founded in 1990 on two basic principles: that open lands are necessary for quality of life and that we must care for the land today so future generations may enjoy its physical and spiritual benefits tomorrow. Through the support of our loyal members and institutional and corporate supporters (like you!), the Conservancy grows every day to meet our community’s current regional needs to save land for future generations. To date, SVC has protected more than 17,584 acres!