Oak Woodlands in Golden Gate Park Trail Corps Volunteer Workparty
November 2 @ 8:45 am - 12:00 pm| Free
Calling all trails fans! Do you love hiking trails in San Francisco? Want to be part of the team that builds and maintains your favorite trails in the City?
The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department’s Urban Trails Program invites you to join us in a recurring workparty, where you will gain valuable experience in the basics of trail maintenance and learn more about the new Volunteer Trails Corps. The volunteer Trail Corps will help us maintain over 30 miles of urban trails in parks throughout the city: Glen Canyon, John McLaren, and Mount Davidson to name a few. Work alongside program staff and other trails enthusiasts, learning many aspects of trail design, construction and maintenance, while enjoying the great outdoors in some of the City’s most beautiful natural areas.
The Oak Woodlands workparty meeting location is outside the Conservatory of Flowers. The scope of work may include a variety of tasks including trail tread maintenance, box step maintenance, pruning of trailside vegetation and habitat restoration.
Future dates and sites will be scheduled, so be sure to check the listing of volunteer opportunities on the SFRPD website by clicking HERE.