Volunteering is a great way to learn about gardening and native plants, while getting some fresh air and gentle exercise. It’s a wonderful opportunity to connect with other volunteers with similar interests as we work together to restore and protect our precious local ecosystems. Come join us, everyone is welcome – whether you come weekly or occasionally! Together we can make a difference.
Join the fun while helping to spread critically important native plants by volunteering in our nursery. Nursery work involves all aspects of growing the plants that we offer at our plant sales as well as maintaining our demonstration garden/living seed bank.
No prior experience necessary. All skill levels welcome. Training and tools will be provided.
Ready to get involved? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. New volunteers are always welcome!
Join us on any Wednesday, Friday or Sunday for a volunteer work party from 10a- 1p. We work rain or shine!
What to Bring:
Wear comfortable clothes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty. Bring a water bottle. On rainy days, we often work in the hoop house – rain gear is not required.
Our nursery is located at Freshwater Farms Reserve. 5851 Myrtle Ave, Eureka, CA
In the ecology context, “restoration” usually means “habitat restoration”, which involves pulling invasive plants to improve habitat for native plants.
Want to get involved in restoration projects? Volunteers are always needed!
1. Here is a list of invasive plant removal projects, with date details and contact information as appropriate.
2. View this list of California State Parks work days.