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Become a steward of Sausal Creek.

Community stewardship is essential to ensure the health and vitality of Sausal Creek for future generations. 

A volunteer prunes vegetation with loppers.

Individual or Small Group

Join us at one of our project sites for restoration activities including plant propagation at the native plant nursery, invasive removal along the creek or parks, or trail stewardship.

Volunteers planting young native seedlings at Jingletown Garden in front of a painted and mosaic mural.


Volunteering with your team is a great way to give back and build camaraderie. FOSC welcomes organizations and corporations that share our mission to restore and protect the Sausal Creek Watershed and connect people with their local environment.

Young students hold and observe a worm in their gloved hands.


FOSC school field trip and service programs include environmental education lessons, hands-on stewardship projects, and classroom presentations led by our experienced and knowledgeable staff.

A crowd of community members gathers in the creekbed under the willows for a trout talk with Dr. Robert Leidy.

Community Events

Friends of Sausal Creek hosts periodic tours, community discussions, bio blitzes and more. We’re working to cultivate a community space to discuss the many issues and opportunities we share in the Sausal Creek Watershed.

Scout members construct protective fencing in the redwood understory.


Eagle Scout, Gold Award, and other independent community projects are changing the landscape around Sausal Creek.

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