Join the Presidio Trust and the National Park Service to enhance Presidio’s rare native plant habitat and create wildlife corridors throughout the park. Learn about dune and serpentine systems while working in scrub, grassland, woodland, wetland, and bluff habitats. Activities include invasive plant removal during the summer dry season and native revegetation during the winter rainy season.
Wednesdays, 9 am to Noon
Saturdays, 9 am to Noon
Sundays, 10 am to 1 pm
Volunteer Activity Type
Volunteers will be transported by van to project sites.
Wednesdays: Arrive at 8:50 am at the Presidio Transit Center to be ready for a 9 am pickup.
Saturdays: Arrive at 8:50 am at the Presidio Transit Center to be ready for a 9 am pickup.
Sundays: Arrive at 9:50 am at the Presidio Transit Center to be ready for a 10 am pickup.
Varies. Habitat Restoration sites throughout the Presidio.
Saturday, April 2: Lower Lobos
Saturday, April 9: Mountain Lake
Saturday, April 16: El Polin Spring
Saturday, April 23: Fort Scott - Presidio Earth Day
Saturday, April 30: Eastern Tributary
Sunday, April 3: Park Scrub
Sunday, April 10: Wherry Corridor
Sunday, April 17: YMCA Reach
Sunday, April 24: West Tributary
Wednesday, April 6: YMCA Reach
Wednesday, April 13: Upper Lobos
Wednesday, April 20: Inspiration Point
Wednesday, April 27: Upper Lobos
(415) 561-5332 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How To Participate
Individuals and families or groups of 4 people or fewer are welcome to attend without pre-registration. Simply show up at the appropriate meeting location for sign in and asked to complete an agreement form (first visit only). Volunteers under 18 years must bring a waiver form signed by their parent/guardian. See below for details.
Groups of five people or more may require special arrangements and must be confirmed in advance. Visit Group Service Projects for details.
Volunteers ages 10 and up are welcome at all workdays. One Saturday a month a “Family Friendly” day will be held when volunteers under age 10 can also participate from 9 to 10:30 am. If bringing youth age 15 and under to any of the workdays, please read the Youth and Family Guidelines.
What to Wear
Be prepared! Wear clothes that can get dirty, layers for changing weather, and rain gear if necessary. Long pants and sturdy closed-toe shoes are required (no shorts or sandals). Bring a hat and/or sunglasses and wear sunscreen.
What to Bring
Bring the appropriate waiver forms (see below). Bring a reusable water bottle. Water stations will be available for refills. All necessary tools, supplies, and gloves will be provided.
No experience is necessary. Training will be provided.
This program is rain or shine. If it is raining, please bring rain gear.
Community Service Hours
This program fulfills community service requirements.
Volunteer Agreement Forms (Please bring the completed forms to the project).
Youth/Adult: Complete the Volunteer Services Agreement. Volunteers under age 18 must have the parent/guardian approval section signed.