This landscape-level restoration project began in 2009 and is designed to bring back natural function to the the creek, freshwater wetlands, intermittent tidal lagoon, and dunes.

The LAN Workday will consist of planting native species to help restore the ecosystems of the Redwood Creek and Tidal Lagoon, which are home to several endangered species.

***We’ll be working rain or shine. Please be prepared and dress for various weather conditions.***

Project Site: Muir Beach

Type of Service: Habitat Restoration – Volunteers are needed to restore the tidal lagoon and creek at Muir Beach and to maintain the new native plants along Dias Ridge above. The future of the endangered Coho salmon, steelhead trout, andCalifornia red-legged frog are at stake. Help heal this special watershed and protect endangered species.

Work Overview: (click here to download) – General Volunteer Work Description

What to Bring:

  • Bring completed agreement forms
  • Bring a reusable water bottle. We’ll have water stations for refills
  • All necessary tools, supplies, gloves and training will be provided. If you have a pair of favorite gloves, feel free to bring those

What to Wear:

  • Wear comfortable work clothes, long pants, and sturdy shoes or boots (NO shorts or sandals/high heels)
  • Dress in layers for changing weather, bring hat, and wear sunscreen
  • Be prepared to get dirty

Register via e-mail to  no later than February 26.