You can have fun outdoors, learn about the Bay and help us protect it by joining one of our on-the-Bay programs. Sign up below to volunteer to restore natural wetland habitats by hand at several sites around San Francisco Bay.
Please let us know if you are interested in scheduling a special volunteer program for your corporate or community group.
Daylight Saving the Bay at the Palo Alto Baylands (Palo Alto)
It’s time to fall back, with daylight savings ending November 2. Enjoy this last extra hour of daylight byspending the morning outside by the Bay, contributing to a great cause -- protecting and restoring the wetlands that provide important habitat for wildlife and also keep the Bay healthy.
Native November at the Faber Tract (East Palo Alto)
November is Native American Heritage Month! Honor America’s native people and help Save The Bay by volunteering in our native plant nursery. Learn about local, native plants like gumplant, jaumea and salt grass as you help us plant these native species in the wetlands. Other activities may include collecting seeds, making plant cuttings and other nursery duties.
Veteran’s Day at the Palo Alto Native Plant Nursery (Palo Alto)
A nice way to honor a veteran is to plant new native seedlings along the shoreline at San Francisquito Creek. Plants are symbols of hope and peace, and volunteers will learn about native plants as they work with Save The Bay restoration experts along the shoreline.
Give Thanks for the Bay at Ravenswood Pond (Menlo Park)
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time show what you are grateful for. Show your appreciation for all the amazing views, wildlife, and great times the Bay provides, by joining us to plant a fresh batch of native seedling along the bay shoreline. Volunteers will help us work towards re-establishing 100,000 acres of tidal marsh by helping with mulching, watering, and shoreline cleanup.
Planting Party at Bair Island (Redwood City)
Come plant with us this weekend! Native plants are essential to the health of the Bay, and the best time to plant them is after the first rain when the soil is loose. They’ve been waiting in our nursery and now they’re ready to brave the shoreline. You’ll be part of the largest wetland restoration project on the West Coast.
Solstice at the Shoreline at the Palo Alto Baylands (Palo Alto)
Save The Bay’s annual solstice planting extravaganza is your last chance to plant in 2014! Get your hands dirty for the Bay and help us meet our goal of planting 30,000 native seedlings along the shoreline this winter. Planting during the rainy season increases their chance of survival, we’re up to the challenge, are you?