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.
Join our next Half Moon Bay State Beach volunteer workday on March 18!