Learn how to fish on the Dumbarton Fishing Pier in Fremont!
Saturday, June 7, 2014 9:00 a.m. – noon
Have you ever wanted to try fishing but didn’t know how to begin? Learn the fundamental basics of catch-and- release fishing at the Dumbarton fishing pier! Discover the types of wildlife living in the San Francisco Bay, learn the safety and ethics of fishing, and then try your luck out on the pier with our fishing poles.
This event is free! Space is limited to 50 people. All equipment will be provided. Please come on time. Register at donedwardsfishing.eventbrite.com or call 510-792-0222 ext. 476 for reservations.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Volunteer Opportunities: Summer 2014 at the Environmental Education Center (Alviso, California).
If you have an interest in wildlife and their conservation, enjoy working with people, and are enthusiastic and dependable, the Environmental Education Center’s Volunteer Program is for you! As a volunteer, you’ll receive on-the- job training from staff and other volunteers in the project area you choose.
Prior to volunteering at the Environmental Education Center, you must attend a Volunteer Orientation. You can also attend the orientation just to see what opportunities there are, and if it is the right fit for you.
Bay Area homeowners are making their gardens aesthetically pleasing, attractive to birds and butterflies, water-wise, and low maintenance by incorporating California native plants. Visit gardens landscaped with native plants on this free annual tour, now in its twelfth year.
Garden information, maps and directions will becoe available to registrants the week of April 7. Registrations will be accepted until noon of April 27. For information, visit www.gngt.org or email email@example.com
This position is now filled. Thank you for your interest.
The San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society is a not-for-profit partner working to support the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge and its mission to ensure that wildlife and people co-exist effectively, that native diverse ecosystems and the migratory and endangered species living there thrive in a changing world and be preserved for future generations. The Wildlife Society is currently seeking a part-time Grant Writer to help administer current grants and to develop and write new grant proposals to foundations and other grant making organizations, and to persuasively communicate the refuge’s mission and programs to potential funders.
Come and join us! Celebrate Earth Day at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge on April 19, 2014 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Join us at Ravenswood Point in East Palo Alto for our annual Earth Day Cleanup. Help protect the wildlife and environment while enjoying the beautiful Bay view. Gloves and trash bags provided. Children welcome and must be accompanied by an adult.