The Volunteer Garden Club
The Sierra State Parks Foundation is excited to announce the return of the Volunteer Garden Club at Sugar Pine Point State Park. Volunteers are not required to have gardening experience or landscape expertise to participate. Rather, the Foundation is seeking volunteers who are enthusiastic about helping revitalize the garden areas of a culturally significant estate and enhance the park’s welcoming atmosphere.
Volunteers will help renew the garden areas of the Hellman-Ehrman estate for the purpose of retaining the cultural integrity of the period in which it gained its historic significance (1903–1964). To resemble the landscape features of this period, volunteers will contribute to the upkeep of the garden areas’ appearance by planting, light weeding, debris removal and trimming or pruning. Volunteers are requested to bring their own gardening tools, gloves, water bottle and mask (gardening tools are available to borrow upon request).
For more information about our Volunteer Garden Club, email or visit online to sign-up for specific days to volunteer.