Volunteering at the Preserve

As we wrap up another great year at Cosumnes River Preserve, we plan for another season of restoration projects and recreation programs. Our key to achieving what we do every year at the Preserve is the cooperative effort from our partners AND the dedication of our volunteers. Like most not-for-profit organizations, the Cosumnes River Preserve counts on people dedicating their free time to restore native wetland and riparian habitat surrounding the river. As we take

CRP Code of Ethics – Please Leave Your Pets at Home

CRP Code of Ethics – Please Leave Your Pets at Home

These are the Code of Ethics and some of rules we ask everybody to follow  when visiting the Cosumnes River Preserve. KEEP ON THE TRAILS The trails are provided for your enjoyment as well as for your safety. We invite you to explore until your heart’s content as long as it is from one of the approved access trails.  NO PETS We love dogs and cats but they tend to chase or scare the wildlife

Waterfowl Survey – Volunteers Needed

Waterfowl Survey – Volunteers Needed

The Cosumnes River Preserve is looking for dedicated volunteers to participate in their Fall/Winter Waterfowl and Water Bird Surveys starting in September.      No prior experience is necessary. Volunteers will be required to attend a mandatory training session on Wednesday August 29th, 2018, from 9:00am to Noon at the Visitor Center, 13501 Franklin Blvd, Galt, CA 95632. Volunteers will dedicate 2-3 hours the 1st and 3rd Wednesday morning of each month beginning September 5th and

Volunteers Needed For Raptor Surveys – No Experience Required

Volunteers Needed For Raptor Surveys – No Experience Required

Volunteer Opportunity! Would you like to learn about raptor identification? The Cosumnes River Preserve is looking for volunteers to participate in their Spring/Summer Raptor Surveys beginning in March. No previous experience needed. This is a great way to learn more about identifying raptors, make lasting friendships and see the areas around the Preserve. Volunteers work in teams of 3 to 4 and travel on predetermined routes identifying and counting raptors. Volunteers need to attend a