Welcome to the North Coast Redwoods Natural Resource volunteer portal!
Whether it’s native plant management to invasive ivy removal, monitoring, and trail cleanups, natural resource volunteers support the health of our State Parks and gain valuable professional experience. As a long-term volunteer you can take part in specialized training allowing you to work on individual projects that match your schedule.
How to Apply
To apply to volunteer, just click "FILL IN AN APPLICATION" on the right side of the page. You will be prompted to create an account with MyImpactPage.com. If you already have a MyImpactPage account, you can log in and proceed to the application form.
For general inquiries and information on upcoming short-term volunteer events contact Environmental Scientist Michelle Forys, (707) 677-3109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Natural Resource Management Program
The goal of the State Parks resource management program is to protect, restore, and maintain the natural resources in the State Park System. Areas of outstanding natural resources and those areas under-represented in the system are identified, along with lands that could connect these islands of habitat.
Cultural Resource Management Program
The goal of the State Parks cultural management program is to provide inspiration and leadership in acquiring, conserving, and managing cultural resources that represent California's rich history and diverse population and to foster an appreciation of the extraordinary value of California's cultural heritage for the enjoyment of present and future generations through access, education, service and stewardship.