Email email@example.com if you would like to be notified of future projects!
Participating in volunteer restoration projects is a great way to give back to the environment and to meet other people who care about environmental stewardship!
In a typical year, CSERC staff and volunteers will plant willows in denuded meadows, repair crumbling stream banks, build fences to protect damaged riparian areas, clean up litter along streams or rivers, and build new trails for public use. Volunteer projects can be fun and a great way to help protect water, wildlife, and wild places.
We completed over 25 project days in 2015! Check back here as we schedule upcoming projects in 2016!
Also, read our 2014 Volunteer Report to learn about our accomplishments from the past year
February 23rd Come help plant conifer seedlings in the Rim fire burn area - We are looking for 15 - 20 volunteers to join with us, the USFS and the Tuolumne River Trust to plant trees in areas that burned severely, in a way that doesn't use herbicides. The trees you plant on this workday may be growing far into the future. Help leave a legacy of hands-on work. This project is highly weather dependent - it is important that you sign up so we can notify you of any important changes. If you are interested in signing up or have any questions, contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office (209) 586 -7440
Thank you to REI and Clif Bar Family Foundation for your strong support of CSERC's Volunteer Restoration Projects!