Volunteer

 
 

Volunteer to help the Russian River watershed...

Look for exciting opportunities with local organizations from around Sonoma County.


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Sunday April 29, 10am-noon: Santa Rosa Creek at Willowside Rd, west Santa Rosa. Meet at the Willowside Road bridge between Hall Rd and Guerneville Rd.

Saturday May 5, 10am-noon: Salmon Creek Beach First Saturday Cleanup. Meet at the Dunes Campground parking lot.

Sunday May 6, 10am-noon: Copeland Creek, Rohnert Park. Meet at Santa Alicia Park across from the Creekview Place Apts, Santa Alicia Drive off Seed Farm Drive. Sponsored by the Zero Waste Symposium.

Saturday May 19, 10am-noon: Santa Rosa Creek on the Prince Greenway, downtown Santa Rosa. Meet at Olive park, by the footbridge. 

Sunday May 27, 10am-noon: Santa Rosa Creek at Willowside Rd, west Santa Rosa. Meet at the Willowside Road bridge between Hall Rd and Guerneville Rd.

For all cleanups: water, snacks and cleanup equipment provided. Bring a refillable water bottle and please wear long pants and sturdy closed toed shoes. All ages welcome but under 18 must be accompanied by an adult guardian.

For more details about any cleanup contact:   robin@cleanriveralliance.org


LandPaths offers community stewardship gatherings nearly every week at multiple open spaces through-out the county - including Fitch Mountain, Riddell Preserve, Bayer Farm, Rancho Mark West and Bohemia Ecological Preserve.

Contact:  outings@landpaths.org or call 707-544-7284, x1.

 

Pepperwood Preserve provides an opportunity to support 3,200 acres of prime Sonoma County habitat and important headwaters of the Russian River watershed.  Volunteer workdays are generally the first Saturday of each month.

Contact:  volunteer@pepperwoodpreserve.org  or call Sloane Shinn at 707-591-9310, x133.

Russian Riverkeeper coordinates the annual watershed-wide cleanup and removal of trash in the Russian River and its tributaries between Ukiah and Jenner.

When:  September 16, 2017

Contact:  www.russianrivercleanup.org or call 707-433-1958.

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