The Conservancy is eager to hear from volunteers for the following committees to support our work. Looking for this month's events? click here→
Nature Walk Committee: Over the years, some of the Bay Area’s most distinguished experts in various fields of natural history have led guided walks for the Conservancy. Volunteers are needed to help identify and recruit exciting new walk leaders, and to help conduct the actual walks.
Stewardship Committee: Working closely with the public agencies that own and manage land in Claremont Canyon, the Conservancy has supported the planting of native vegetation, removal of yellow-star thistle, French broom and other invasive non-native plants and searched out emergence of eucalyptus re-sprouts. More of this kind of work is planned and volunteers are needed.
Trail Committee: Working with the Boy Scouts and other volunteer groups, we offer exciting and fulfilling opportunities for those with the capabilities to do hands-on work.
Education Committee: We need someone to reinvigorate our school program to encourage children to learn about the local canyon in our neighborhood. The ability to seek grants for this program would be highly desirable.
Membership Committee: We need someone with organizational skills to help with our membership programs. Hours are flexible and concentrated more at the end of the calendar year. Good computer skills, familiarity with Microsoft Office, and the ability to quickly learn new programs. A small stipend may be available for this. If you are interested, or can recommend someone, the Board would love to hear from you.