Volunteering at Sugarloaf

Volunteers play a vital role at Sugarloaf! Become a regular volunteer and enjoy the beauty of this amazing land while joining our wonderful community of voluneteers.

We have a host of volunteer opportunities to restore and maintain this natural treasure and to help to keep Sugarloaf open to the public!

Volunteering is fun and healthy – and you can make a difference. It’s easy to get started, too; we provide training for our volunteers to ensure you are comfortable and can make a difference on your first day.

We especially seek regular volunteers. If you have 2 to 20 hours per week, we could use your help!

Click on volunteer titles, below, to read duty statement details (NOTE: not all jobs have openings at all times):

Visitor Center Attendant

Purpose: To provide information / trail guidance to park visitors, and interpret the natural and cultural history of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Shadow current Volunteers.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Requires a criminal background check.
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations, trails, boundaries, points of interest, history and interpretation techniques.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Open and close the visitor center.
  • Run cash register and sell visitor center merchandise.
  • Maintain merchandise presentation and perform housekeeping duties.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Park Office and Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Expand your awareness, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural history.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude toward people and history.
  • Possess good communication skills and make effective oral presentations.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, speaking, sitting, standing, walking, bending, stooping, sweeping, handling cash.
Kiosk Attendant

Purpose:

  • Collect entrance fees from visitors.
  • Provide public information and assistance at the entrance station.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Operations training specific to job requirements

Duties/responsibilities:

  • Comply with all volunteer registration paperwork requirements including a criminal background check (required).
  • Collect park entrance fees. Complete daily deposit forms.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in a friendly, positive, professional manner.
  • Develop knowledge of park operations, history, and programs.
  • Follow established policies and procedures for Kiosk operations.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedures.
  • Notify park office and Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Follow procedures for cancelling scheduled work commitments.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to assist park visitors and enhance their experience.
  • Access to Docent library
  • Earn park passes

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude and be willing to take direction and work as part of a team and independently.
  • Ability to work in a variety of environments and temperatures.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff, and peers

Essential functions:

  • Standing for extended or prolonged periods of time, working in a wide range of environmental conditions, listening, comprehending, speaking, sitting, bending, reading, walking, cash handling.
Park and Trail Maintenance Worker

Purpose: To assist in trail work and general maintenance in the parks.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual project instruction and safety training from project leader.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Conduct trail and park maintenance work under the direction of park staff or SCTC project director.
  • Conduct trail and park maintenance work practicing safety guidelines.
  • Follow established policies and guidelines for protecting the natural and cultural resources on all projects.
  • Represent California State Parks in a friendly, professional manner.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Park Office and Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to see and explore new areas.
  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Expand your awareness, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural history.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude and have the willingness to take direction and work in a team.
  • Be in good physical condition
  • Ability to use hand and/or power tools.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Hiking/walking on uneven ground for extended or prolonged periods of time, working outdoors in a wide range of environmental conditions, bending, stooping, squatting, dragging, gripping, pushing/pulling, climbing, carrying, lifting, digging, raking, sweeping, listening, reading, comprehending.
Special Event Volunteer

Purpose: Assist with activities related to the execution of special events.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual event instructions by event coordinator.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Assist with set-up, clean-up, traffic control, money handling, refreshment serving or other related activities.
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations, trails, boundaries, points of interest, history and interpretation techniques.
  • Represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude.
  • Willingness to take direction.
  • Possess good communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a team and independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, sitting, standing, walking on uneven ground, walking up and down stairs, carrying, lifting, squatting, working in all kinds of weather conditions, driving.
Administrative / Office work

Purpose: Assist with office or computer work to include, but not limited to; data entry, website updates, mailing preparation, filing and photocopying as designated by park staff.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual project training by park staff.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Work under the direction of park staff.
  • Represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude.
  • Willingness to take direction.
  • Organized, accurate and detail oriented
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, writing, comprehending, walking, sitting, climbing stairs, working on a computer.
Parking Attendant

Purpose: Greet and provide information to park visitors, monitor the parking lots to ensure the best use of space and park the maximum number of vehicles.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Instruction by park staff / shadow current volunteers.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Greet and provide information to park visitors.  
  • Direct parking to maximize the number of vehicles in lot.
  • Communicate with staff, kiosk and other parking volunteers about current parking capacity in lot.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Access to docent library
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude.
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work as a team and independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, speaking, sitting, standing, walking, bending, stooping, working in a variety of   weather conditions.
Hike Leader

Purpose: To lead park visitors on informative hikes and interpret the natural and cultural history of the parks.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Shadow current Volunteers.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Lead scheduled, guided hikes.
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations, trails, boundaries, points of interest, history and interpretation techniques.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Assist Hike Sweep, when needed:

  • Report to trailhead 30 minutes prior to publicized hike start time. Welcome hikers.   
  • (Note: Hike Sweep assists Leader by taking attendance / collecting payment (if needed) / getting hike waiver forms signed. Hike Leader should help sweep when needed.)
  • Outline the route, length, elevation gain, difficulty level, stops, duration and conditions of trail
  • Use / carry Sugarloaf-provided walkie-talkie for communication with Hike Sweep and/or emergency calls to Visitor Center.
  • Divide into smaller groups if hikers exceed 15 with volunteer assigned to hikers
  • Ensure that all hikers are accounted for at all times
  • Mingle with hikers, answer questions, help to make the park experience enjoyable.
  • Instruct hikers not to venture off designated trails.  Alert hikers to hazards: Poison Oak, rattle snakes, ticks.
  • Guide hikers back to parking lot as needed.
  • Provide maps where appropriate
  • Safety guidelines: flagging trail to indicate turns, first aid kit, radio phones, cell phones, carry extra water

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to see and explore new areas.
  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Expand your awareness, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural history.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude toward people and history.
  • Possess good communication skills and make effective oral presentations
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work as a team with hike sweeps, and to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Leading groups, reading, listening, comprehending, speaking, walking/hiking on even and uneven terrain for extended or prolonged periods of time, working in a full range of environmental conditions, climbing stairs, sitting, bending, stooping, climbing, lifting and carrying.
Hike Sweep

Purpose: To assist Hike Leaders on guided hikes.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Shadow current Volunteers.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Assist Hike leader and act as a sweep on guided hikes.
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations, trails, boundaries, points of interest, history and interpretation techniques.
  • Provide information to visitors and represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Hike Sweep specific responsibilities:

  • Report to trailhead 30 minutes prior to publicized hike start time. Welcome hikers. Collect fees if applicable.   
  • Assist Hike Leader by taking attendance / getting hike waiver forms signed.
  • Use / carry Sugarloaf-provided walkie-talkie for communication with Hike Leader and/or emergency calls to Visitor Center.
  • Hike at rear of group or interspersed amongst hikers (if more than one sweep is present) to ensure that all hikers are accounted for at all times
  • Mingle with hikers, answer questions, help to make the park experience enjoyable.
  • Instruct hikers not to venture off designated trails.  Alert hikers to hazards: Poison Oak, rattle snakes, ticks.
  • Guide hikers back to parking lot as needed.
  • Safety guidelines: flagging trail to indicate turns, first aid kit, radio phones, cell phones, carry extra water

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to see and explore new areas.
  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Expand your awareness, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural history.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude toward people and history.
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work as a team with hike leader and other sweeps and to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, speaking, walking/hiking on even and uneven terrain for extended or prolonged periods of time, working in a full range of environmental conditions, climbing stairs, sitting, bending, stooping, climbing, lifting and carrying.
Steward

Purpose: To assist park staff and act as park management in the absence of park staff in the general operations and maintenance of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual project instruction and safety training from Park Operations Manager.
  • Shadow current Volunteers.
  • On-going Docent enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Respond to Level 1 incidents (see page 2, Emergency Procedures).
  • Coordinate response to level 2 and level 3 incidents (see page 2, Emergency Procedures).
  • Coordinate park evacuation in the absence of park manager.
  • Perform minor rescues.
  • Conduct Park operations and maintenance work under the direction of park staff, including but not limited to: collecting entrance fees in the kiosk, administrative/office tasks, trail patrol, routine maintenance, parking lot monitoring, assisting with campground duties.
  • Conduct Park maintenance work practicing safety guidelines.
  • Follow established policies and guidelines for protecting the natural and cultural resources on all projects.
  • Conduct nature walks as needed.
  • Inform visitors of non-compliance with park rules.
  • Represent Team Sugarloaf and California State Parks in a friendly, professional manner
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify park office and Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements including a criminal background check (required).

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf .
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude and have the willingness to take direction and/or ability to work independently
  • Knowledge of the park.
  • Ability to operate kiosk and visitor center as back-up.
    • Be in good physical condition.
    • Ability to use hand and/or power tools.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to deal with difficult people in a non-confrontational style.
  •  First Aid Training. (good to have but not required)
  •  Able drive ATV and Park Vehicles.

Essential Functions:

Hiking/walking on uneven ground or standing for extended or prolonged periods of time, working outdoors in a wide range of environmental conditions, bending, stooping, squatting, dragging, gripping, pushing/pulling, climbing, carrying, lifting, digging, raking, sweeping, listening, reading, comprehending, cash handling.

Miscellaneous Projects

Purpose: Assist with special projects (such as: historical research; archaeological research; natural history research; weather and air-quality monitoring; etc.)

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual project training by park staff.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Research, monitor, survey both information / sites, as needed.
  • Present findings in writing / public-speaking presentations.
  • Work under the direction of park staff.
  • Represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to see and explore new areas.
  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Opportunity to inspire park visitors by educating them about the natural and cultural history of the parks.
  • Expand your awareness, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of our rich natural and cultural history.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude.
  • Willingness to take direction.
  • Organized, accurate and detail oriented
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, writing, comprehending, researching, surveying, monitoring, public speaking, walking, sitting, climbing stairs, working on a computer.
Shuttle Driver

Purpose: Drive SugarShuttle passenger van according to the day’s schedule.

Training:

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Volunteer Orientation training.
  • Individual event instructions by Park Staff.
  • On-going Volunteer enrichment opportunities

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Drive shuttle according to the day’s route & schedule.
  • Greet passengers and hand out maps, as needed.
  • Collect passenger fees and track attendance
  • Follow end-of-shift procedures (deposit and paperwork).
  • Check over vehicle to ensure it’s in good working order (fuel, oil, lights, etc)
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations, trails, boundaries, points of interest, history and interpretation techniques.
  • Represent California State Parks in friendly, professional manner.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Adhere to schedule and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify Volunteer Coordinator of any changes in availability, illness, etc.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude.
  • Willingness to take direction.
  • Possess good communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a team and independently.

Essential Functions:

Driving, reading, listening, comprehending, sitting, standing, walking on uneven ground, walking up and down stairs, carrying, lifting, squatting, working in all kinds of weather conditions. This position requires the volunteer to authorize Sonoma Ecology Center to conduct a driver license and motor vehicle record check to ensure good driving record.

Campground Host

Purpose: To serve as a representative of California State Parks in the Campground and provide basic operational services and information to the visiting public.

Requirements:

  • Host must be over the age of 18 and physically able to carry out the assigned duties.
  • Host must provide a suitable recreational vehicle in good repair for temporary residency in the park, subject to approval by the district superintendent or their designee.  Park will provide site with available facilities to host at no fee for duration of agreement. Trailers can be no longer than 24′ and RV’s can be no longer than 27′ (accommodation for longer vehicle may be arranged).  Space is limited to one recreational vehicle. All belongings must fit within vehicles; no storage is provided. Vehicles must be registered in California if the vehicles are located or operated in California for a greater amount of time that it is located or operated in any other individual state during the registration period in question.
  • Comply with all Volunteer registration paperwork requirements including a criminal background check.
  • Provide references.
  • Possess a valid driver’s license; pass a practical driving test and a DMV driving check.
  • Pets:  For the purpose of this policy, “pets” refers to dogs or cats. No more than 1 dog and 1 cat may be permitted per host site.  Animals which remain inside the host’s residence in a cage, aquarium, or other container will normally be allowed. Other or additional animals are prohibited unless authorized in writing by the district superintendent. It is the host’s responsibility to keep the campsite free of all pet/animal waste. Hosts shall be responsible for damages to the host site or private property by their pets/animals.
  • Pets must be kept on leash and in designated areas when outside.

Training: Orientation and training provided by SLR Park Staff to include:

  1.  Park and local area orientation
  2.  Park operations, host duties, cash handling procedures.
  3.  Safety training and risk management.
  4.  Sexual harassment, discrimination training.
  5.  Park rules and regulations, local laws, park policies.
  6.  How to deal with emergencies.
  7.  Use of 2-way radio.
  8.  Use of state property.
  9.  How to deal with difficult people.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Represent California State Parks in a friendly, professional manner.
  • Research and develop knowledge of park operations.
  • Provide information to park visitors; park rules and regulations, campsite availability, fee information, park facilities, resources and activities and local attractions and facilities.
  • Collect appropriate fees as instructed by SLR Staff.
  • Assist with daily campground checks; assure that visitors are registered and fees paid.
  • Sell firewood and maps to visitors.
  • Maintain records on camping registrations and daily transactions.
  • Respond to visitor requests for assistance in the park.
  • Report emergencies using established method of communication.
  • Advise campers of infractions through informational non-law enforcement contacts.  Report all violations to Park Staff.
  • Hosts shall not perform law enforcement duties.
  • Perform light maintenance and housekeeping chores including but not limited to; clean restrooms and replenish supplies, pick up trash, clean ash from campsite fire pits.
  • Comply with all state park rules and regulations.
  • Maintain a neat and orderly campsite at all times.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.  
  • Adhere to schedule as established by supervisor and report hours of volunteer service through established procedure.
  • Notify SLR Park staff of any changes in availability, illness, etc.

Benefits:

  • Enjoy the Sonoma Valley and provide valuable assistance to California State Parks.
  • Park site provided free of charge for duration of agreement.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude toward people and California State Parks.
  • Possess good communication skills.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to perform light maintenance and housekeeping tasks.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, speaking, sitting, standing, walking, hiking on uneven ground, bending, squatting, stooping, lifting, gripping, pushing, pulling, carrying, dragging, climbing, sweeping, handling money, working in an outdoor environment.
Critter Cam Crew Data Entry

Purpose: To assist Park management in gathering photo documentation of Park wildlife for use in scientific research, county-wide wildlife tracking efforts, and Sugarloaf educational pursuits / visitor interest / Park promotion & community engagement.

Requirements:

  • Must be physically able to carry out the assigned duties.
  • Comply with all volunteer registration paperwork requirements.
  • Interest and experience with computer databases.

Training: Orientation and training provided by SLR Park Staff and Critter Cam Crew members (via shadow shifts) to include:

  • Critter Cam Crew Data processing procedures.
  • Critter Cam Crew file-naming conventions and filing locations

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Communicate with Critter Cam Crew Data team for procedure updates, scheduling office time.
  • Represent California State Parks in a friendly, professional manner.
  • Report emergencies using established method of communication.
  • Comply with standards of dress and grooming for Volunteers.
  • Notify SLR Park staff of any changes in availability, illness, etc.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to contribute to your community and provide valuable assistance to Team Sugarloaf.
  • Assist Sonoma Valley wildlife researchers.
  • Access to docent library.
  • Earn park passes.

Knowledge/Skills desired:

  • Possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude toward people and California State Parks.
  • Possess good communication skills.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with visitors, staff and peers.
  • Ability to work in a team and independently.

Essential Functions:

  • Reading, listening, comprehending, working on a computer, speaking, sitting, typing, gripping, pushing, pulling, carrying.

If you want to help us in our efforts to keep Sugarloaf open and accessible for all to enjoy, please contact Sugarloaf Park Assistant Manager, Melissa Roberts at melissa@sonomaecologycenter.org

Link to Sugarloaf’s VICNET volunteer database: https://www.volgistics.com/ex2/vicnet.dll/?from=392032

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