California State Parks Foundation is a member-supported nonprofit dedicated
to protecting, improving and advocating for all of California’s state parks.
Speak Out for Parks
Join us for our 14th Annual Park Advocacy Day to lobby for state parks on Tuesday, May 3 in Sacramento. Participating in Park Advocacy Day is a wonderful way for park supporters (like you!) to speak up for state parks and influence the decisions of policymakers. We can be a stronger voice for parks together! Register
Volunteer for Earth Day
Mark your calendars: April 16 will be our 18th Annual Earth Day Restoration & Cleanup presented by Pacific Gas and Electric Company! This year there will be 24 park sites with projects for volunteers and partners. We will need volunteers on Saturday, April 16 beginning at 8:30 a.m. all across the state.
Your support is making great things happen—like ensuring parks are represented in our state’s policy-making, protecting and improving important natural and cultural resources, encouraging meaningful visitor experiences, and building an engaged and diverse constituency for state parks. See what you helped us accomplish in our 2014-15 Annual Report.
Your Gifts at Work
We at CSPF are excited to dig into new work and new goals for 2016. As we transition, we are also reflecting on some of the best accomplishments from 2015. See what we were able to do with your dedication and support, like passing legislation, supporting partners, and getting volunteers into parks. View the list.
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Take ownership of your state parks by making a powerful investment of your time. Volunteers play an increasingly important role in helping to keep state parks vibrant.
Visit a State Park
The best way to show support for state parks is to visit them (and pay your entrance fees!), and be reminded about what wonderful resources they are for recreation, education and relaxation.
Voice your support for California’s 280 state parks by urging policymakers to enact much needed legislation that will help keep state parks open and protected. Sign up for CSPF action alerts so you can find out when extra help needed.