Coyote Point is home to the threatened Ridgway's rail and many other special shorebirds. Come join us Saturday, May 22 to restore critical marsh habitat at Coyote Point. If you’re up for some weeding of invasive plant species while enjoying relaxing sights and sounds of the bay, check out the details and sign up!
For more information: https://parks.smcgov.org/smc-parks-volunteer-stewardship
To sign our Volunteer Agreement: https://parks.smcgov.org/sites/parks.smcgov.org/files/documents/files/SMCParks-Volunteer-Agreement-English.pdf (Please fill this out & send it to email@example.com)
As we will be working with tools and plant species, it is necessary to wear closed-toed shoes, hiking/outdoor clothing, a personal water bottle, and a face mask/covering.
We suggest bringing clothing you are comfortable potentially getting dirty. We also suggest checking the weather beforehand and bringing a rain/warm coat, a hat, and/or sunscreen if necessary! If weather conditions are too extreme, this event may be canceled. However we will reach out to let you know if we see any potential for this to occur.
Groups of eight or larger need to be confirmed at least seven days in advance. Volunteers under the age of 18 must have the Volunteer Agreement signed by a parent or guardian. Youth under 15 are welcome and have to be accompanied by an adult.
We are very excited to have volunteers out at our parks, however due to COVID-19 we will be enforcing a strict 15-person limit, as well as social distancing and face covering protocols. We will also have hand sanitizer, rubber gloves, and weeding tools available.
Be sure to check our website in the upcoming weeks for more potential volunteer events!
About San Mateo County Parks Volunteer Stewardship
San Mateo County, Redwood City, CA 94063, US
Explore the beautiful and diverse landscapes of San Mateo County Parks by joining in our habitat restoration projects! Get your hands dirty while learning about our parks' history and ecology and make new friends!
Make a difference through volunteering with the San Mateo County Parks! Volunteers and park staff work together at different locations bi-weekly to restore native habitat and beautify the San Mateo County Parks. Come explore the County Parks while lending a hand with invasive plant removal and native species planting events!
For registration and event details, sign up here or check out: https://parks.smcgov.org/smc-parks-volunteer-stewardship
Sat May 22, 2021
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Pillar Point Bluffs County ParkMoss Beach, CA94038
March 25, 2021
As we will be working with tools and plant species, it is necessary to wear closed-toed shoes, hiking/outdoor clothing, and a face mask/covering.