San Juan Bautista Volunteer Day
Please join us at San Juan Bautista on Saturday, February 2nd, from 10am-2pm, for our monthly volunteer day and the unveiling of a brand new interpretive panel! Please RSVP at email@example.com and check the bottom of this webpage for details on maps, what to bring and more!
Pie Ranch Volunteer Day
CANCELED DUE TO RAIN - Please join us at Pie Ranch on Saturday, February 16th, from 1pm-5pm. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org and check the bottom of this webpage for details on maps, what to bring and more!
AMLT hosts regular volunteer work days each month in the Mutsun Gardens at Pie Ranch and at San Juan Bautista State Historic Park. These work days are a great way to learn about the ethnobotany of the Amah Mutsun people and do your part as a contemporary steward of the Bay Area.
We occasionally have volunteer opportunities outside of these regularly scheduled work days. Signing up for our email list is the best way to stay informed about ways to volunteer.
San Juan Bautista State Historic Park
Volunteer work days at San Juan Bautista Historic State Park (MAP) are regularly scheduled on the second Saturday of each month, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. However, the upcoming February work day will be the first Saturday of the month, February 2, to coincide with the unveiling of a new interpretive panel in the garden. For all of our workdays, tools will be provided. Be sure to bring a lunch or snacks, plenty of water, sun protection, and wear appropriate clothing for light-moderate garden work. Work will proceed in light to moderate rain, but a steady downpour will cancel. To RSVP for this work day, please email Jay Scherf at email@example.com.
Volunteer work days at Pie Ranch (MAP) are on the third Saturday of each month, from 1:00-5:00. Please RSVP for this workday by emailing Sara French at firstname.lastname@example.org. Following the workday, Pie Ranch hosts a barn dance and a pot luck which volunteers are welcome to join.
Volunteer days are a great opportunity to meet new people, learn about the Amah Mutsun Land Trust and Tribal Band, and do something positive for Mother Earth. We hope you will join us!