Protecting and Restoring San Diego’s Backcountry
Do you walk or ride the River Trail on a regular basis? The Park Watch Team is looking for volunteers like you! Volunteer patrol members help to protect and preserve the flora and fauna of the San Diego River, report vandalism, provide information and assistance to park and trail users, and ensure that all visitors are able to enjoy the natural beauty of parks, preserves, and trails. Patrols may be conducted by foot, bike or golf cart (as allowed). While out on your regular exercise or stroll, you can help be the eyes and ears for the River Park!
Want to learn more?
An informational training session is coming up! Ask questions, meet fellow volunteers and learn more about this program. No commitment required for attending the training.
When: September 10 from 9 – 11am
Hosted by: The San Diego River Park Foundation and the City of Santee
Where: Mast Park at 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd.
For questions or to RSVP, contact DeVerna by email or phone at (619) 297-7380.
We are currently looking for ParkWatch team members in Santee, the Mission Valley Preserve, and the estuary. For more information about the program and upcoming training dates, please email email@example.com.