On Saturday, April 13, 2019, volunteers will come together to make a difference in state parks across California for our 21st annual Earth Day celebration! This year we will be hosting special volunteer projects that focus on climate resiliency and help restore natural ecosystems at 15 parks. We’ll also be hosting 5 Earth Day Community Open Houses to celebrate these special park’s unique features, and all the fun and educational opportunities they offer!
Get ready to celebrate this day of service with California State Parks Foundation by:
Last year, 3,000 volunteers throughout California helped commemorate our 20th Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 21. They constructed and updated structures for ADA compliance, cleared trash and cleaned graffiti, removed invasive plants and replaced them with native species, renovated campgrounds, maintained trails and more at 35 state parks.
Registration is open! Select a park near you for project details, start times, directions, and contact information. This section will be updated regularly as more information becomes available.
Note: If you wish to volunteer at Coast Dairies State Park/Panther State Beach, Natural Bridges State Park, Asilomar State Beach, or Carmel River State Beach, please register with Save Our Shores.
Please download and sign this waiver and bring it with you to the event. If you're registering a group, be sure everyone brings their own copy.