Clearing trails, pulling invasive plants, working in the library and/or doing light construction are fun and effective ways to volunteer if your time is limited to one or two days a year. You help do the work and we provide a lunch. See the calendar for upcoming dates, or contact the Bouverie Preserve 707-938-4554 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Habitat Protection and Restoration Volunteers
Bouverie Stewards and the Weed Team work intimately with the land throughout the year at the Bouverie Preserve in Glen Ellen. These dedicated crews assist with all sorts of habitat protection and restoration work, while learning about the ecology behind the project. Some examples of projects include: removing Douglas Fir seedlings and saplings from areas of the preserve; installing fence in the pasture before cattle arrive; removing invasive species such as yellow star thistle and Himalayan blackberry; using GPS units to map invasive species; collecting seeds of native species; propagating native species in the greenhouse.
Bouverie Stewards meet every Monday throughout the year; however, individual members may come when they are able. We welcome volunteers who can join the group at least once a month. Call 707-935-8417 or e-mail Bouverie HPR Project Leader Jennifer Potts at email@example.com.
The Weed Team meets irregularly; see the calendar for upcoming dates.