Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

South Puget Sound Preserves (Washington state)

Our South Sound staff welcomes volunteers to assist in a variety of tasks. These include removing invasive species, burning slash piles, weeding at our native plant nursery, monitoring native plants, collecting and spreading seeds, participating in the annual Prairie Appreciation Day and other public outreach and education opportunities. Sign up for the volunteer mailing list. Contact: Angela Winter, Native Plant Propogation Specialist  Phone: (360) 464-1024 ssvolunteers@cnlm.org

Riverside County Preserves

Our western Riverside County staff welcomes volunteers to assist in a variety of tasks. These include trail maintenance, trash and litter cleanup, pulling weeds, and collecting and spreading seeds. Many of these activities are great opportunities for teachers in the Murrieta Valley or Temecula Valley School Districts who want to organize community service for their students or for Scout troops who also are seeking to fulfill community service requirements. Contact: Kim Klementowski, Preserve Manager Phone/Fax:  (951) 226-7228 kklementowski@cnlm.org

San Diego County Preserves

Our San Diego County preserves offer volunteer activities to advance our conservation efforts.  These activities include habitat restoration, biological surveys, trail maintenance, flyer distribution, public outreach and more! Contact: Markus Spiegelberg, San Diego Regional Preserve Manager Phone/Fax:  (619) 295-4953 mspiegelberg@cnlm.org

Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve

Our Thousand Palm Oasis Preserve offers several volunteer activities to advance our conservation efforts.  Regular volunteers are needed to act as Docents in our Preserve Visitors’ Center, hike leaders and trail maintenance technicians. Other opportunities are offered occasionally. Contact:   Ginny Short, Preserve Manager Phone/Fax:  (760) 343-1234 gshort@cnlm.org

Dana Point Preserve

The Dana Point Preserve offers volunteer activities to advance our conservation efforts.  These activities include habitat enhancement, erosion control, and trail maintenance.  The City of Dana Point also has volunteer opportunities at their Nature Interpretive Center for public education and outreach. Contact: Korie Merrill , Preserve Manager Phone:  (760) 731-7790 x. 204 kmerrill@cnlm.org