Help the VWC’s Environmental Committee by volunteering at the Redwood Mountain Faire, June 2 – 4.
The Valley Women’s Center’s Environmental Committee works to protect the watershed and to educate the public on forestry issues, erosion control, hazardous waste, recycling and other issues. We also monitor government policies and procedures. Contact Nancy Macy. Location: Roaring Camp Railroads 5401 Graham Hill Rd Felton, (map)
Volunteering for the Valley Women’s Club at the Redwood Mountain Faire is one of our most profitable fundraisers and helps programs that benefit our local watershed and environment, recycling centers, students, the elderly, and much more. Your time spent will also allow us to sponsor several events throughout the year like the River & Road Cleanup, Environmental Town Hall, an Ice Cream Social, Kindergarten School Bags, College Scholarships, and Women’s Issues projects.
This year, the VWC Faire Volunteer jobs will be working the Front Gate, Beer and Wine Booths, and Monday Cleanup. Shifts are only 4 hours each! Volunteering for a shift also gets you in that day FREE! Volunteers for cleanup on Monday, get admission for the Faire day of their choosing. Volunteer for both days and experience it all!
And it will only cost you: your time —spent at a most wondrous event!
Special Cowells Beach cleanup in honor of World Oceans Day, June 9, 9 – 11 am
For this cleanup, Save Our Shores will partner with the City of Santa Cruz’s Shrinking Shores event. Meet at the main entrance of Cowell Beach near the restrooms. Restrooms and drinking fountains are on site. Parking is limited during the summer tourism season. We recommend that all volunteers dress in layers, wear sun protection, and bring a reusable water bottle. Volunteers under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult. Anyone and everyone is welcome and signups are not required