Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Restoration Event November 23

Join us in our San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve habitat restoration project at our Native Plant Nursery. Your help is needed to grow plants that will help restore 55 acres of riparian habitat along Escondido Creek, home to a federally endangered bird, the Least Bell’s Vireo. The plants you help grow will also enhance the connectivity of wildlife corridors for mammals such as Mule Deer.

Thank you for helping us in this 3-year project funded by the Wildlife Conservation Board.

Reserve Your Spot
  • Date & Time

    November 23, 2022, 9 am-12 pm

  • Ages

    Ages 6+ (minors with guardians)
    All volunteers must present proof of COVID-19 vaccination

  • Location

    Meet-up location shared before the event. Registration required.

  • Terrain

    The trail is a wide and fairly even path with patches of gravel. The nursery has narrow pathways and a limited turn range. We strive to provide programs that are inclusive and connect nature to all. Please include any accommodation needs, modifications, or considerations when registering so we can prepare to make it the best experience possible.

  • Cost

    Free (Donations welcome)

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Restoration Event November 23

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