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SONOMA COAST STATE PARK:VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
WILLOW CREEK WATERSHED

WILLOW CREEK STEWARDSHIP CREW

Stewards supports a State Park vollunteer stewardship crew in the Willow Creek watershed. Volunteers meet on the first Wednesday of the month.

For more information, contact Michele Luna via email or phone at (707) 869-9177 x 5#.

WATERSHED EDUCATION PROGRAM

State Parks Volunteer Docents are trained to work with school groups on all aspects of the Watershed Education Program. This comprehensive training program was developed by staff from Stewards, California State Parks and professionals in the field of environmental restoration. Docents are trained to educate students about the effects of land use practices on watersheds, erosion, sedimentation, the life cycle of salmon and their habitat requirements. Docents are also kept up-to-date on the restoration efforts that Stewards and California State Parks are working on in the Willow Creek watershed.

Docents conduct a classroom visit to introduce students to the concepts they will learn during their field visit. The field visit takes place in the Willow Creek watershed, which is part of Sonoma Coast State Park.

Potential volunteer docents are required to attend one of the three General Orientation Sessions, as well as the Watershed Training Session. In addition, new and returning docents should attend an annual seminar to update them on the restoration work being done to restore Willow Creek as a viable salmonid fishery again.

Orientation Sessions

For more information, contact Michele Luna via email or phone at (707) 869-9177 x 5#.

Sonoma Coast Volunteer Programs:

Sonoma Coast Volunteer Overview
Seal Watch
Pinniped Monitoring
Whale Watch
Tidepool
Visitor Center in Jenner
Watershed
Environmental Living
Marine Education
Trail Crew
Marine Debris Monitoring
Seabird Monitoring

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