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Park Clean Up Day in Goleta

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ORGANIZATION: Channel Islands Restoration

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About Our Volunteer Day Channel Islands Restoration is partnering with the City of Goleta for its Adopt-A-Park program to promote camaraderie and a commitment to cleanliness in our community. Alongside other volunteers, you will go to one or two locations to help keep local parks clean! Together with The City of Goleta, we will provide all of the necessary equipment for your volunteer day. Join us Saturday, August 6th, and volunteer to clean up our parks to support our conservation mission. What Is Adopt-A-Park? The City of Goleta manages 28 parks and open spaces. Their Public Works Department handles the maintenance of these locations, and the City aims to keep these areas well-maintained and accessible to the community. Due to time and resource constraints, the City of Goleta cannot provide deep cleans for some of the more popular areas. Thanks to The Adopt-A-Park program, supplemental maintenance of these locations is now possible with your support. As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to make a direct impact in helping to clean our community's green spaces and raising awareness for the preservation and maintenance of local parks.

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About Channel Islands Restoration


928 Carpinteria Street, Suite 3, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, US

Mission Statement

We’re a 501(c)(3) non-profit contractor that works to restore habitat on the Channel Islands and adjacent mainland through invasive plant management, native plant propagation and native plant installation. We promote environmental education on the Central Coast through lectures, service trips, and habitat restoration volunteer opportunities. We conduct research and monitoring to identify further habitat restoration efforts.


  • Channel Islands Restoration protects rare and endangered plant species by restoring habitat in sensitive and unique natural areas on the California Channel Islands and adjacent mainland.

  • We educate a variety of groups about the value of native habitat and how to protect it.

  • We recruit volunteers and identify and develop public and private funding sources for habitat restoration programs.

  • We create collaborative relationships within the environmental community


Community, Environment


Sat Aug 06, 2022
08:00 AM - 10:00 AM


7524 Padova DriveGoleta, CA 93117






  • 8am - 10am
  • None! We will provide all of the necessary equipment.

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