Volunteering is an amazing way to give back to your community and the parks you love! Redwood Parks Conservancy is always looking for volunteers to help with a number of important programs and initiatives! Read on for a list of areas in which you could donate your time and scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to fill out our Volunteer form. Thank you for supporting the redwoods! 

Trail Brushing and Clean-ups!

Are you looking for a Volunteer opportunity that gets you out onto the trails within our parks? Are you excited about taking charge of your public lands and providing support to our parks maintenance and trail crews? We are currently setting up trail brushing and cleanup opportunities for Volunteers like YOU to help reclaim our beautiful trails for visitors to experience and enjoy!

Pride in Our Parks LGBTQ Work Party

Saturday, June 22nd, 10AM
Berry Glen Trail

To learn more or sign up, click here.

Teens & Seniors Intergenerational Work Party

Saturday, August 4th, 10AM
Yurok Loop Trail

To learn more or sign up, click here.

Veterans Work Party

Saturday, October 12th, 10AM
Ladybird Johnson Grove Trail

Hispanic Heritage Month Work Party

Saturday, October 12th, 10AM
Lower Redwood Creek Trail

Annual 5th of July Beach Clean-Up

The event will target three main beach areas: South Beach, Crescent Beach, and Pebble Beach. As Crescent City and Del Norte County prepare to welcome between 5,000 to 15,000 visitors for Independence Day celebrations, the threat of pollution looms large. Last year, volunteers at the clean-up collected a staggering 3,290 pounds of trash and toxic firework debris.

In collaboration with key partners including California State Parks, the National Park Service, Smith River Alliance, CalTrans, and the Del Norte Solid Waste Authority, RPC is mobilizing volunteers to tackle the litter with a focus on a 2-mile stretch along Crescent City’s South Beach. This collective effort is essential in mitigating the harmful effects of pollution on the ocean and the marine life that calls it home.

“By joining forces on July 5th, we reaffirm our commitment to the well-being of our coastal environment,” added RPC Executive Director, Sal Munoz Moreno. “Every volunteer who joins us on July 5th is making a tangible difference in protecting our coastal ecosystem and preserving the natural beauty of Crescent City.” To learn more or sign up, click here. 

Visitor Center Support Staff

Do you enjoy spending your time in Redwood National and State Parks? Are you passionate about helping preserve these gorgeous public lands for future generations? Do you enjoy the thought of interacting with park visitors who visit our parks daily? If you answered yes to these questions, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

Come volunteer to work alongside Park Rangers and provide information to our Park visitors! We have several Visitor Center Locations that need YOUR help!

Hiouchi Visitor Center

Located in Jedediah Smith National and State parks, across from the beautiful Smith River, surrounded by some of the tallest trees in the world!

Prairie Creek Visitor Center

Located in Prairie Creek National and State Park, next to a lush, and oftentimes Elk occupied prairie. This historic building attracts many visitors to our parks and can use YOUR help in assisting them with directions and suggestions on what areas of the parks are right for them!

Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center

Located a mile south of Orick, literally on the BEACH!

Come volunteer at one of the park’s locations that takes our visitors on the beach to explore the beautiful coast line that is protected by our parks. Educate people on Snowy Plovers, and how important it is to watch our step while observing nature in its natural habitat. Send visitors to other areas in the park by giving out maps and providing directions, and so much more!

Titaneers in the Grove of Titans

The Titaneers, a group of volunteer interpreters and monitors, play a critical role in the continued preservation of the Grove of Titans’ delicate ecosystem by keeping visitors on the trail, providing important information on trail conditions, preventing vandalism, and so much more. Anyone who has a passion for the redwoods, enjoys spending time in one of Earth’s most beautiful places, and wants to protect and preserve these trees for generations to come—we invite you to become a Titaneer! Now expanded to Fern Canyon in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, as well! Email jedsmithtitans@gmail.com to sign up or for more information. Read an article on the Titaneers here.