The Endowment's directors and staff are volunteers and if you visit the Preserve and happen to see someone wielding a rake, shovel, or water hose, that person is more than likely a volunteer. Help is always welcomed, especially in revegetation projects.
Various chores may include weeding around the plantings, spreading mulch, picking up litter, chopping tumbleweeds, maintaining the drip lines, and in season, taking cuttings and gathering seeds.
It will take time and money to restore the native habitat and to otherwise maintain the Preserve. Hikers, horse people, birders, bicycle riders, and other members of our community are already enjoying the tranquility of the place. The Preseve is an important oasis today; it will only become more important in the future.
Contact Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Looking for an exciting, local opportunity for COMMUNITY SERVICE, CLASSROOM PROJECTS or ability to earn merit badges/awards in the great outdoors of Kern County?
Interested in having your school participate in one-day science camps on the Preserve?
Docent-led tours of the Preserve or classroom visits are also available.
Contact Kathi Parks, Education Outreach,
(661)366-2744 or 204-2550 or email PARKSARK@AOL.COM