Volunteers play an important role at the Piedras Blancas Light Station. Volunteers perform a variety of tasks, from native plant re-vegetation and maintenance, to tour guides, assistants and gift shop help. In addition to on-going individual volunteers, numerous community groups contribute their time. This is an exceptional opportunity to become involved in the restoration of this facility as part of the California Coastal National Monument.
Lend a hand and Volunteer on the public lands! For more information on volunteering at Piedras Blancas Light Station contact:
Phone (661) 391-6000
Fax (661) 391-6040
Application Forms for Volunteers
Pdf format #1114-4, 171kb and #1114-10, 77 kb
Volunteering for the Bureau of Land Management: A Helpful Guide.
Volunteers helping to restore Piedras Blancas Light Station
An army of volunteers dedicates numerous hours and effort to help BLM restore and rebuild the Piedras Blancas Light Station. Volunteers are not only tour guides, they perform everything from gardening and maintenance to removing invasive ice plant and restoring native plant species. They raise funds by selling cookbooks. Many spend hours doing historical research.
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