Volunteer and ways to get involved
Getting involved with RCLC is easy. First, sign up with our email list to learn about events, news and volunteer opportunities.
Then, to support our efforts to preserve the Mendonoma coast, donate to Redwood Coast Land Conservancy.
Want to do more? We invite volunteers to participate in our conservation efforts. Read about volunteering below.
Visit our Protected Properties for hiking, coastal viewing and other recreational opportunites.
There are many opportunities to help out. Redwood Coast Land Conservancy is recruiting volunteers for its expanding mission.
New Volunteer Coordinator Cheryl Harris says, “The energy and passion of volunteers is what makes this conservancy work.”
RCLC needs volunteers for a wide range of activities, both outside and inside: trail and property maintenance, tabling at events, publicity, fundraising and more. We invite you to contact Cheryl Harris to learn more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, there is another level of volunteer Advisors with specialty skills who provide guidance and technical expertise. If you have professional level skills such as real estate, law, journalism, fundraising, public relations or environmental expertise, we’d like to talk. Contact us.
Are you considering volunteering? Download our RCLC_volunteer form to help us get to know your interests.
Make a gift or donation
Your gift helps us maintain our conservation properties, protect new ones and provide public access to unique and scenic areas of the coast.
As a 501(c)(3) California public charity, donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
You may receive tax benefits from donating IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) or stocks and mutual funds.
Donations will automatically make you an RCLC member for the year. Enjoy member events and the chance to support the land trust in an ongoing way.
Attend an event or tour
We host public events throughout the year. Attend educational talks, tours, fundraising events, volunteer social meetups, public forums and more.
Watch the local newspaper, Independent Coast Observer (ICO) or RCLC calendar to find dates for events.
Sign up for our email list
Keep in touch by signing up for our email list. You’ll receive news, volunteer opportunities and invitations to Redwood Coast Land Conservancy events open to the public.
Visit one of our conservation properties
Visit one of our land trust protected properties.
Enjoy Cooks Beach, above. It’s a family-friendly beach with a sandy cove.
From Hearn Gulch’s stunning sea stacks and roaring surf to the ocean and river views of the Gualala Bluff Trail, there’s lots to love on the RCLC properties.
Our latest project, up for acquisition, is Mill Bend in the estuary of the Gualala River. Join a tour to see more of it.
We invite you to get outside and enjoy the best of the Mendonoma area.