Earth Day FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register to volunteer?
Register to volunteer using our online system. Select your project site from the drop down menu or from the map. Complete the information in the box that pops up. You will need to be signed in to the website to register. If you have not used our website before, please create a login before registering for Earth Day.

I forgot my login information for the website.
Go to the "My Profile" page and select "Forgot Your Password?" You will receive an email with information to reset your password.

I want to register a group larger than 5 people. How do I do that?
You can register large groups by contacting a staff member. Please email Alexis at alexis@calparks.org or Erika at epringsheim@yahoo.com to start the process.

Can I volunteer if I am under 18?
If you are under 18 years old, you are welcome to volunteer, but you will need a parent or legal guardian to sign a wavier. If you will be attending the event without a parent or guardian, please have them sign the waiver and bring it with you to the event registration. Email alexis@calparks.org to request an advance copy of the waiver. Minors without a waiver will not be allowed to participate.

What is the waiver I will have to sign at the event?
All participants must sign a waiver when you check in on the morning of your event. The waiver is a standard legal document that waives CSPF, the Department of Parks and Recreation, and any sponsors from liability if you are injured during the event. It also includes a photo release which means we are allowed to use photos of you taken during the event in our promotional materials.

What should I bring?
Remember to bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, heavy-duty garden gloves, long pants, and closed-toe shoes. See you at the park!

California State Parks Foundation

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