Here at the RCD we believe that people learn and understand the value of environmental stewardship best when they can actively participate in real projects that transform the landscapes in which they live. Solano RCD offers a number of opportunities for enthusiasts and students alike! For students, opportunities like these are critical for inspiring the next generation of conservationists, developing our youth’s personal connections to the land, and building connections between having fun in the great outdoors and a personal stewardship ethic.
Getting outside and getting your hands dirty provides immediate, real-life involvement in conservation and supports us in getting the job done. Through propagating plants, removing weeds, planting natives, and attending community cleanups, our volunteers get to know their communities better while having a real, positive impact on helping the environment!
If you are interested in volunteering or receiving our monthly volunteer update please sign up here.
- Volunteers plant plugs at Centennial Park.
Volunteers at Pope Creek during Coastal Cleanup Day 2018.
Young volunteer helping out at Centennial Park.
Volunteers remove trash during Coastal Cleanup Day 2018.
Volunteers plant plugs at Lake Solano.
Volunteers propagate plants for future restoration projects.