Volunteer to Celebrate Earth Month + Stewardship Job Opportunities + Race for Open Space

Photo: One of our many treasured volunteers, Tony Vastola (far right), participating alongside BSLT staff in our recent Race for Open Space guided hike at Marks Ranch led by volunteer naturalist, Cyrus Vastola (not pictured).

April is National Earth Month and National Volunteer Month, and we’re still celebrating both!

Our volunteers are truly a force for nature, and we appreciate their enthusiasm and effort no matter what they are doing. Whether it’s leading hikes, wielding clippers and shovels to help our stewardship crew, or picking up litter out on the lands we all love — they truly are a dream team! Are you interested in joining in? Check out all our volunteer roles here. You can start right away by volunteering for our Race for Open Space on Saturday, May 27. It’s a great opportunity to get on lands rarely open to the public without having to run our adventure courses!

And what better way to wrap up National Earth Month than to join one of our final Race for Open Space guided hikes or self-guided hikes? See all our upcoming opportunities here! You’ll be supporting our conservation and stewardship work throughout Monterey County while immersing yourself in the super bloom!

Stewardship Job Opportunities

Take action for healthy lands, healthy people, and healthy communities by joining Big Sur Land Trust’s stewardship team!

We have a full time Field Lead position and a seasonal Stewardship Assistant position open.

Learn more and apply here.

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