The Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center initiated the HOME (Honoring Our Mountain Environment) community stewardship program in 1997 in response to a proposal for day-use fees for visitors on Mount Shasta to fund rising maintenance costs. The program recruits stewardship volunteers from the community to assist the US Forest Service with maintenance and restoration activities and serve as ‘meadow interpreters’ to help protect the sensitive Panther Meadows area.
This year, the HOME Program has been invited to assist with the following tasks:
- Recreation site maintenance along Everitt Memorial Highway on Mount Shasta-Meadow Interpreters at Panther Meadows
- Monthly Community Stewardship days throughout the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, including our annual Panther Meadows Restoration Day in September
We are looking for volunteers who are mature, reliable, and willing to help where it is needed. Come help care for our beautiful natural areas to keep them beautiful and accessible to all!
For more information, please call the Ecology Center at 926-5655 or contact us through our online form with “Volunteer” in the title.