Volunteer outdoors to help protect young volunteer trees at Save Mount Diablo’s Curry Canyon Ranch!
Tree Trek at Curry Canyon Ranch
Enjoy the beauty of Mount Diablo’s foothills as we fight impacts of climate change by protecting tree seedlings around Curry Canyon Ranch that will eventually replace the heritage oaks we see around the property today. We will trek around the property to identify, protect, and water young oaks to support future tree stands as part of our 10,000 Trees Project.
Participants will be notified in the event of cancellation due to extreme weather conditions. Restrooms will be available.
Leader: Haley Sutton, Land Stewardship Associate, Save Mount Diablo
Meet: Curry Canyon Ranch – Address & directions to the property will be provided after registration.
What to Bring: Water, sturdy shoes, comfy long work pants, sun protection (i.e. hat, sunscreen), face covering, and work gloves if you have them.
We would also appreciate a volunteer who is willing to take photos of the event. Please contact Haley if you’re interested!
As we continue to strive to bridge the gap between youth and nature, we encourage families and youth groups to participate in our stewardship workdays. We have outlined our policy on volunteers under the age of 18 in order to create the best environment for everyone involved. Please note, our stewardship workdays are not drop-off programs.
Young volunteers under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. In addition, they should meet one of the following requirements before participating on our stewardship workdays:
If you have any questions about our policy, you can reach our Diablo Restoration Team leader, Haley Sutton, at firstname.lastname@example.org.