Salt Point & Fort Ross Trail Work
Help with trail clearing, or lend a hand by taking on a
maintenance projects. We can put you to work using your
carpentry, trail maintenance, gardening, or cleaning skills.
Marine Mammal Monitoring -
Help us track the health of our marine mammals just
offshore. We head out into the field at least once a month
to count harbor seals, California Sea Lions, and Steller sea
lions. This data is shared with other agencies and will soon
be posted to our website so that we can interpret changes.
Training & equipment provided; see the Events page for a
listing of our next training.
Historic Orchard -
Meet our dedicated crew who keep the Fort Ross historic
orchard alive and thriving. Assist in orchard preservation
and maintenance by helping us with pruning, weeding, brush
removal and other landscaping activities. Orchard volunteers
also learn the history of the orchard and can help provide
interpretation to orchard visitors.
Call House and Garden
Get trained to be a weekend docent at the Call House, Fort
Ross' superb example of California's ranch-era. Or join a
group of dedicated gardeners who keep the Call garden
looking vibrant from year to year.
Office Work -
Fort Ross Conservancy's library & office can always use a
helping hand. Work with us to keep the library organized by
filing, scanning manuscripts and photos, or updating our
Gift Shop -
Assist FRC staff during high season by helping with sales
and visitor services in the gift shop. Cash register
training provided. It's a fun and comfortable way to meet
our visitors and help spread the word about Fort Ross.
Fort Ross Conservancy Board of Directors -
Interested in serving on FRC's board of directors? We always
need skilled community members to join our board, in
particular with legal, business, grant writing, and
If you are interested in learning more,
contact us with a short bio at