CELEBRATE EARTH DAY IN STATE PARKSPosted by Adventure 16 | 03.07.2019
CELEBRATE EARTH DAY IN STATE PARKS
On Saturday, April 13, volunteers will come together to make a difference in state parks across California for the annual Earth Day celebration! REGISTER to join special volunteer projects focused on climate resiliency or at one of the new family-friendly open houses!
Come to an open house: Earth Day celebrations will include two Southern California open houses: Rio de Los Angeles State Park and Old Town San Diego State Park, which will offer guided park explorations, arts and crafts, science projects, games, music and dance performances, and much more!
Sign up to volunteer: Help complete essential projects and critical maintenance to support climate resiliency. Volunteers will restore natural ecosystems, maintain trails to prevent erosion and remove debris to reduce fire risk. Volunteers will also plant native trees, pick up trash, beautify picnic areas and make California's parks cleaner, healthier and more accessible to all.
If you would like to help with a two-hour project at an open house, or a four-hour workday, please REGISTER.
Free parking is available for all open house participants on a first-come first-served basis.
Questions? email Earthday@calparks.org or call (916) 442-2119.