Upcoming Diablo Restoration Team (DiRT) Calendar

Restoration Is a Group Effort!

Diablo Restoration Team volunteers pulling out weeds at Marsh Creek 4The Diablo Restoration Team (DiRT) is dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of natural resources in Contra Costa County. Volunteers meet monthly to get DiRTy and improve habitat for sensitive and endangered species. They weed, water, plant, clean, and build. Workdays are open to the public.

Please visit our events calendar on Eventbrite to RSVP.

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Diablo Restoration Team FAQ

Our regularly scheduled workdays are free and open to the public. We also offer corporate and group workdays with a suggested donation. The donation covers portable restrooms on-site, snacks and water, tools, and instruction by experienced Save Mount Diablo staff. For more information and to get started on scheduling a special program for your group, fill out this group workday interest form. If you have additional questions, please contact us at groupvolunteers@savemountdiablo.org.
We do not, but we are happy to sign an online community service form or a hard copy brought to the workday.
Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent, guardian, or adult chaperone to participate. Most of our activities are appropriate for middle-aged kids and older. Younger kids are also OK if they can follow directions and are accompanied by their parent or an adult chaperone.
Yes! Volunteers under 18 years old need a parent or adult guardian to complete and sign the liability waiver included in event registration and an adult chaperone will also need to be present during the workday.
We cancel workdays in response to extreme weather conditions, including but not limited to high winds, heat, heavy rain, Spare the Air days, and fire danger.
We recommend loose-fitting pants. (Spandex or workout pants are not great because thorns may snag on them and seeds might stick to them.) We also recommend a long-sleeved shirt or overshirt, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and sturdy shoes (tennis shoes, hiking shoes, or boots). We don’t recommend cloth running shoes because they may catch seeds and are hard to clean.
Visit our DiRT Eventbrite page to view and sign up for upcoming events.
Typical activities, depending on the time of year and site, can include watering, weeding, trail delineation, mulching, tree tubing, or creek cleanup. Sometimes we also plant native plant seeds or starts.
No, please ask each participant to sign up and complete our liability waiver.

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 signed waiver by a parent or guardian. In addition, they should meet one of the following requirements before participating on our stewardship workdays: a) be accompanied by their adult guardian/parent/chaperone throughout the duration of the workday or b) be a part of a recognized organization (such as a school group, youth group, etc.) with their authorized chaperone/teacher/leader present at the workday.

If you have any questions about our policy, you can reach our Diablo Restoration Team leader, Haley Sutton, at dirt@savemountdiablo.org.

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