Volunteer Work Days
The next volunteer work days for habitat restoration at the Pedro Point Headlands are…
- February 25
- March 25
- April 29
- May 27 (Memorial Day weekend)
- June 24
- July 22
- August 26
- September 23: Trails Stewardship & Nursery Project
- October 28: Bench Installation (pending permits) & Nursery Project
- November 26: Follow Up Work to Tree Removal and Trail Stewardship
- December 14: Charlie Brown Christmas Trees Removal from the Bluffs
All times are 9:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Meet at the Pedro Point Firehouse. Dates are subject to change.
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Habitat restoration work on the Pedro Point Headflands is sponsored by the Pacifica Land Trust and the Pedro Point Community Association, and funded by the California Coastal Conservancy.
Do you need to be strong, fit and young to do this work? Absolutely not! Young and old, big and small can equally contribute. Students can receive community service hours. There are a number of tasks we do each month according to our abilities and interests. For those of us who like light duty these can include taking photos, recording results, collecting seeds, and watering the newly planted natives. For those of us who love a workout, there are mattocks, saws, hedge trimmers, and lots of places to use them. Our youngest volunteers to date have been 4 and 5, our oldest 80.
We will meet at the Pedro Point Firehouse on Dannman Road, load up the cars with tools and carpool up to the headlands. If you have any questions or to RSVP for large groups, please call 415-309-5856. Otherwise, just show up and be prepared to have fun!
Wear long sleeves and pants, bring water, gloves, if you have them, and be prepared for warm or cold weather.
Contact Lynn Adams, Pedro Point Headlands Volunteer Coordinator, for further information.
Volunteer Waiver Form
Click HERE to download our Volunteer Waiver Form.
Native seed planting for the headlands at the Pacifica Gardens
Back in November 2010 we had a very successful native seed planting seesion at the Pacifica Gardens. The plants that germinated were used for restoration work at the Pedro Point Headlands, planting them in January and February.