Muir Beach: Muir Beach Habitat Restoration

Sponsoring Yale Group: 
Yale Club of San Francisco
Yale Blue Green
Saturday, May 12, 2018
10:00am to 1:00pm
Muir Beach See map
Highway 1, 199 Pacific Way
Muir Beach, CA 94965

Meet at the picnic tables located along the south edge of  the parking lot.


Muir Beach is a beautiful cove in the Golden Gate National Park where we will help restore critical habitat.  The  Park Stewardship program works to restore and maintain priority parklands within the Golden Gate National Parks. Workday events will include a combination of hands-on service and short natural or cultural history lessons.

Muir Beach is a great place for younger volunteers to try out habitat restoration. They don’t really have a minimum age – they have had volunteers as young as two come out – but they do definitely rely on young children’s parents or guardians to help them engage with the work we will be doing. A lot of younger volunteers have fun identifying weeds for their parents to pull. It’s great teamwork!

Wear comfortable work clothes, long pants, and sturdy shoes or boots (NO shorts or sandals). We’ll be working rain or shine; please be prepared to get dirty and dress in layers for various weather conditions. And bring a hat and wear sunscreen, and also bring a reusable water bottle.  We will have water stations for refills

Site Coordinator: 
Matt Stewart ‘01
Margie Baer ‘85