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Nipomo Native Garden Volunteer Days

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What: Native Garden Restoration & Stewardship Days
When: Monthly on the 1st Saturday, 9am-noon (No volunteer day in October. Rain or holiday cancels event.)
Reservation Needed: Yes, contact Nipomo Native Garden at (805) 929-6649 or participate@nipomonativegarden.org to make arrangements.

Stewardship Travel along the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route in coastal San Luis Obispo County (SLO CAL) engages visitors in over 50 bite-size activities and contribution opportunities. Stewardship Travel adds meaning and fun while immersing visitors deeply in the natural and cultural heritage experiences that California’s unique Central Coast has to offer.

The Nipomo Native Garden is a twelve acre site located between Pomeroy, Camino Caballo and Osage in the community of Nipomo. The site is in the final stages of being restored to a native botanical garden which will feature native plant communities endemic to the Nipomo Mesa and dunes complex.

Individuals and groups can volunteer their time and labor during any of our regularly scheduled workdays, typically the 1st Saturday of each month, 9 am to noon at the Garden. Activities can also be flexibly scheduled to meet your availability. In addition to participation during scheduled workdays, groups or individuals may participate in more focused efforts.  Individuals or organizations who would like to participate in development and maintenance activities within the Nipomo Native Garden can contact our volunteer coordinator by e-mail at participate@nipomonativegarden.org or go to the Native’s Garden Volunteer Page.

Nipomo Native Garden is a local, community-based federal and state non-profit organization composed of volunteers and members who support this restoration effort.

Gain a deeper connection on vacation through activities and charitable donation opportunities that protect wildlife, habitat, and cultural heritage sites.
This activity selection includes:
*A hands-on stewardship/caring activity
*An educational center
*A conservation/heritage donation opportunity through Nipomo Native Garden
(Most non-profit organizations have donation pages. For those that don’t, please contact their office directly by clicking the “donation opportunity” link above. Thank you!)

Thank you for being a Stewardship Traveler along the Highway 1 Discovery Route.


Osage Street and Camino Caballo
Nipomo, CA 93444

(805) 929-6649



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