Photo by Bogdan Marian   

Volunteers are the cogs in MBOSC’s drivetrain. From the Board of Directors to Trail Crew Leaders, volunteers make the magic happen. Volunteering promotes community, opportunity, achievement, and sustainability—and it’s a blast. You don’t have to be a member to volunteer. You don’t have to be knowledgeable about building trails either. Turns out, we are pretty good at teaching this craft and we’re pretty sure you will want to become a member after a afternoon with our crew.

Just think, 302 volunteers put in over 3,500 hours of labor on the Emma McCrary Trail in Pogonip. More than 6,000 volunteer hours helped create the Flow Trail at Soquel Demonstration State Forest.

Check out our Dig Days Schedule and our calendar for more volunteer trail work opportunities to help build and improve local trails.

The best way to stay up to date on volunteer opportunities is to join our mailing list for regular updates.