Over 85 million people a year visit our amazing parks system and with such high visitation comes necessary maintenance, repairs, and improvements in order to protect and restore these natural and cultural resources.
Wetlands restoration at Candlestick Point SRA will help restore essential wildlife habitat, improve water quality, and prevent erosion along the shoreline—an area of the bay where tidal wetlands have been most impacted and suffered the greatest loss due to urbanization.
Saving Pigeon Point Lighthouse
California State Parks Foundation remains committed to ensuring the long-term health and safety of the lighthouse for future generations.
CSPF is working to help restore and preserve Vikingsholm to ensure that more than 40,000 visitors annually will continue to enjoy one of our country’ most historic and architecturally significant buildings. Currently, we hope to help restore the exterior dragon fascia.
CSPF’s Park Champions Program holds volunteer work days in state parks across California. This program was created in response to the budget cuts that California state parks have faced over the past few years. In partnership with California Department of Parks and Recreation, Park Champions provides consistent, sustainable volunteer support in the areas of park maintenance and beautification.
Our Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup is a great opportunity to come out to state parks and lend a hand with projects and programs that help improve our parks. For 20 years, CSPF has responded to the needs of state parks with highly impactful and successful Earth Day grants and volunteer days. Our 20th annual Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup will take place on Saturday, April 21, 2018. Click here for more information and to register to volunteer.