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Habitat Restoration Volunteers

Join the Habitat Restoration Volunteer Program at Point Reyes National Seashore and help park managers combat non-native and invasive species that threaten biological diversity. The greatest opportunity we will ever have to save our planet's ecosystems is right here, right now. Fulfill your sense of stewardship and express your love for the environment by volunteering to remove non-native or invasive plants, plant native plants, care for our seed bank or get involved in some of our other special projects that help us preserve our seashore park.  

Volunteers can join one of four Habitat Restoration Programs (HRP) at Point Reyes National Seashore to help protect and restore endangered plant and wildlife habitat at Abbotts Lagoon, the Lighthouse Bluffs, the Estero area, and other high-value habitat areas at Point Reyes National Seashore. Visit some of the most beautiful areas in the park and learn about local plant ecology while you work alongside park staff to carry out ecological restoration projects. By getting involved, you will meet new people, get some exercise and make a positive impact on your environment! Use the links below to determine what program works best for you. For more information or to register, contact the Ellen Hamingson at (415) 464.5196 or by email

Habitat Restoration - HRP Sundays - Year Around   

Habitat Restoration - Third Thursday Weeders - Year Around 

Habitat Restoration - Weed Watchers - March - October

Habitat Restoration - Scotch Broom -  May - September