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Fort Ord National Monument


Each winter the BLM restores areas on the land in need of attention - like abandoned roads or erosion scars. Restoration of these sites highlights a shared commitment that local communities hold for the Fort Ord Public Lands.

Restoration Volunteers on BLM lands, photo by BLM

Local Volunteers Help Restore the Land

California State University Monterey Bay's Return of The Natives and thousands of volunteers have teamed up with the BLM to heal and restore dozens of degraded sites. Volunteers enjoy live music as they plant native plants started from native seed collected by BLM Volunteers and then grown at the Watershed Institute or local school greenhouses. Students are able to complete the restoration cycle by planting the seedlings alongside other community volunteers.

BLM Volunteer in a greenhouse, photo by BLM

BLM Volunteer in a greenhouse


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Bureau of Land Management
Central Coast Field Office
940 2nd Avenue
Marina, CA 93933-6009
Phone: (831) 582-2200
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