Project S.A.V.E. (Special Assignment Volunteers for the Environment) are intensive one-day park projects open to the general public. Typically, volunteers work to preserve an impacted habitat or assist in the preparation of critical conservation project. There are no tuition costs and free camping is usually provided. Workdays are held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. For a schedule of events and upcoming conservation projects, please contact us.
Oaks of Sequoia Research Project. Meet at 9:30 p.m. at the Ash Mountain Visitor Center, Sequoia National Park. Event Map
This is a rare opportunity to work alongside park researchers to gather data for the first ever survey of oaks in the Sierra Nevada foothills. This is a baseline research project to study the effects of the drought on various oak species. Each outing is limited to just 14 volunteers who will be working in the Sycamore region of Sequoia.
There is no cost to participate in this event. Free camping is available.
If there was ever a year to visit the Sierra this is it! This year’s showcase of wildflowers will be breathtaking. Grab your camera and invite your family and friends to join you on what will be a truly memorable and rewarding volunteer weekend. After working through the afternoon, volunteers can enjoy a picnic along the Kaweah River or explore fields of wildflowers. Also, as a way of expressing our appreciation, volunteers will have access to free camping. Staying over night will provide you with time for some magnificent hikes to points of interest such as Tokopah Falls. The falls will be roaring this year!
If you are interested in helping out, please register here. After you have registered you will receive a Welcome Packet with information that will help you prepare for the event. For more information email the Nature Corps at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at (805) 434-0299.
Subscribe to our newsletter and stay up to date with our latest releases and promotions!