Membership Brochure (PDF)
You can help support Fort Ross in several
Become a member of Fort Ross Conservancy. Your membership promotes stewardship of Fort Ross and Salt Point parks. Benefits of membership and annual renewals are our monthly electronic newsletters and 10% discount on purchases (including mail orders) at the Visitor Center Bookshop. You can join by mailing the membership brochure to us via USPS, online with PayPal, or call us to use your credit card.
Fort Ross - Volunteering provides a great way to
meet new people, fulfill community service hours, and get
outside to enjoy our public lands. We have many
opportunities for all ages and interests.
Make a donation
to Fort Ross Conservancy - Donating to Fort Ross
Conservancy allows us to continue our work of promoting
and protecting Fort Ross State Historic Park. We have many
projects that need funding in order to succeed. You are
welcome to restrict your donation to a particular era (Kashaya,
Ranch, Alaska Native or Russian), or a particular project (marine mammal
programs, archaeology, education). Give us a call to
discuss the many options. You can donate online, or by sending us a check via USPS.
Make an in-kind donation to Fort Ross Conservancy. If you are in the produce or restaurant business, we are always pleased to receive in-kind food for our big events. We could also use new equipment and materials related to our Marine Ecology programming (binoculars, camping equipment). Please contact us to discuss. In-kind donations are tax-deductible; fill out the downloadable PDF to document your donation.
Fort Ross Conservancy advocates
for the cultural and natural resources of Fort Ross State
Historic Park and Salt Point State Park. Your membership
ensures that FRC’s essential stewardship activities can be
continued. Fort Ross State Historic Park, located on the
pristine coast of western Sonoma County, is a California
State Park and is listed as a National Historic Landmark.
The fort compound today is the destination for hundreds of
thousands of visitors each year. Salt Point State Park,
fifteen minutes north of Fort Ross, offers 6,000 acres of
hiking trails, camping facilities, and dramatic coastline
to be explored by visitors.
- Fundraise for increased
number of days our parks are open to the public,
- Grow our interpretive, volunteer,
educational, environmental, and event programming,
- Increase the historical connections to
the land through research, library and archival expansion,
- Provide stewardship for the Parks’
9,500 acres of accessible public lands and historic
- Serve as a link between California
State Parks and our broader local and international
- Fundraising for a Trail Plan at Fort Ross,
- Re-opening and operating the Reef Campground, just south of Fort Ross,
- Planning and executing a wide variety of events to showcase the parks and increase awareness of these public resources,
- Creating and managing a Marine Mammal Monitoring Program,
- Launching a Marine Ecology program for high school students,
- Creating a scholarship fund to ensure all students have access to quality outdoor education,
- Stabilizing, protecting and expanding the historic Russian and Ranch-era orchard.
Thank you for your tremendous support of Fort Ross.
Fort Ross Conservancy, 19005
Coast Highway One, Jenner, CA 95450, 707-847-3437