Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park
February 11, 2023
On a sunny morning, 51 volunteers joined our habitat restoration efforts at Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park! Volunteers planted 400 native plants in previously sheet-mulched areas, then cleared 2,800 square feet of invasive ice plant. After the workday, volunteers had the option to stay for a guided tour by Senior Park Aide John McCaull. John toured volunteers around the lighthouse grounds and treated them to a rare look inside the bottom floor of the lighthouse. We also celebrated six volunteers who received a quail pin for attending three workdays. Special thank you to our Volunteer Core Leaders and park staff partners John Salcido, the Gupta family, John McCaull, and Ethan Rayner.